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Leica Announces X-U (Type 113) Camera

Today Leica Camera AG has announced a long-rumored camera, the Leica X-U (Type 113). It's waterproof, dustproof and shockproof - with a 35mm equivalent lens in front of a 16MP APS-C sensor. Read more below for details and specifications!

Leica SL Firmware v1.2 Announced

Leica Camera has today released firmware v1.2 for the Leica SL (Type 601) camera. It promises improved image quality as well as that of the viewfinder, along with a handful of other updates. Well worth checking out. Read more below for details!


You may recall, almost exactly two years ago - TA Associates acquired CMOSIS - the company that makes the sensor in the Leica M (Type 240). The news today is that AMS has now completed the acquisition of CMOSIS. Read more below for details!

Leica T Firmware v1.43 Announced

Leica Camera released firmware update v1.43 for the Leica T (Type 701) camera. You can download it here along with the instructions. This is a minor release (to the prior v1.4 firmware), fixing four bugs; audio issue in video playback, aperture/shutter speed value shift in A, S or M exposure mode, disappearing ISO value in live view mode and blocked live view in burst shooting mode.

Leica Announces M (Type 262) Camera

A camera we've been telling you about for a while - which was recently brought up again - is here. More or less, anyway. Today Leica Camera has announced the Leica M (Type 262) camera. Read more below for details!

Leica SL (Type 601) Hands-On Review

A Hands-On Review of the new Leica SL (Type 601) from the Leica Store Wien Team (Vienna, Austria). They checked out the photo features of the new 24MP CMOS Leica SL and visited some of the best locations in and around Vienna and got some stunning results. The images you see are post-processed in Adobe Lightroom 6 with only the Tone Curve adjusted. No other editing has been done. Check out the video below!

Leica Announces "Solid Gray" D-LUX (Type 109)

Today, Leica Camera has introduced a new version of the D-LUX (Typ 109) camera in a "solid gray" finish. The camera’s technical specifications are identical to the black D-LUX (Typ 109) - a 12.8MP 4/3-inch sensor with 4K video, WiFi, a fast DC Vario-Summilux lens and EVF. Read more below for details.