Submitted by Double Negative on June 19, 2016 - 7:39am
Leica USA has a new trade-up promotion where you can receive credit towards - and up to a $750 rebate on select M cameras. In order to qualify, you must trade-in any brand digital camera and purchase one of the following Leica M models... Read more below for details!
Submitted by Double Negative on June 8, 2016 - 1:23pm
Submitted by Double Negative on June 3, 2016 - 11:50am
Leica has released the Leica Image Shuttle v.3.3 software for Mac OS X which supports tethered shooting via USB with the Leica S (Type 006 and 007), M (Type 240 w/Multifunction Grip) and M Monochrom (Type 246 with Multifunction Grip). Read more below!
Submitted by Double Negative on May 30, 2016 - 9:23am
We've had an article on the site for a while now, called "Is the M8 Still a Good Choice?" that looks at the Leica M8 in the critical light of today's standards. Below is a new video by Mattias Burling that also takes a look at this venerable camera. In both cases, the conclusion was that the M8 is still a digital Leica and still takes the same great photos it always did. Check 'em out and read more below for the video!
Submitted by Double Negative on May 24, 2016 - 8:04pm
Macphun has announced Aurora HDR Pro v1.2.2 which adds RAW support for a slew of cameras, especially of interest to our readers is the Leica M (Type 262). There are also numerous performance improvements to Photos extension, Alignment, Luminosity histogram, and preview on Layer, among others. Read more below for details!
Submitted by Double Negative on April 29, 2016 - 1:33pm
Leica Camera has today released new firmware for most Leica M models, including the Leica M (Type 240), M-P (Type 240), M (Type 262) and M Monochrom (Type 246). The firmware fixes a number of bugs and improves operational stability. Among all of the improvements, one should prove very popular - the end of the infamous “Check Battery Age” message that many users were seeing, despite perfectly functioning batteries. The new firmware also improves continuous shooting, allows the use of SD cards up to 512GB and more. Read more below for details and download links!
Submitted by Double Negative on April 28, 2016 - 9:56am