Macfilos site outage: What happened

Macfilos has been offline for the past 18 hours but all is now up and running. This was my fault because I pressed the...

The world deserves a witness: Leica

Leica has launched the third chapter of its branding campaign, The World Deserves a Witness. In conjunction with TBWA Paris, Leica aims to provide...

Ten years ago today: Sherlock Holmsenakis gets his men

If you are going to lose your Apple gear, better to do it in Athens...

The rise and rise of the Leica M9

The Leica M9 occupies a unique place among digital rangefinders. The first full-frame M, with a CCD sensor, has achieved something of cult status and is in great demand, whether in colour or monochrome versions...

Trees and cats: Eight lives left

Herding cats by the London Fire Brigade...

The M Files Conclusion: Measuring the wide rangefinder world

Jörg-Peter Rau concludes his nine-part series reviewing M-Mount film cameras and M-Mount lenses made by companies other Leica.

Whatever happened to the Heathrow Model Concorde?

For twenty years, from the early eighties onwards, visitors to London Heathrow could marvel at the sight of the striking model of the British...

Our Swiss Roll mystery photo hunt featured on BBC

William Fagan's mystery roll of Leica film which featured in our Swiss roll feature on September 11, has been published today on the BBC...

Zeiss ZX1 first review

It's quite a surprise to find the elusive Zeiss ZX1 appearing in the wild after such a long wait. DPReview has managed to bag...

Leica Q2 Monochrom hands-on review

Introduction The Leica Q2M is the company's fourth monochrome camera in the last eight years. It is especially interesting because it is the first non-rangefinder...