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BMW i3 "Mr Porter" Comes w/Leica T

Over on the Verge is a story about "The BMW i3 Mr Porter Edition comes with a bowler hat and a Leica camera" - the camera just so happens to be a Leica T (Type 701). Of course, it also comes with a $440 bowler hat from London's Lock & Co., $595 Cutler and Gross sunglasses, a $215 London Undercover umbrella and a $120 set of European city guides from Wallpaper* Magazine. Yeah, we don't know either... Read more below!

Leica Partners with COOPH on Apparel

Leica Camera AG has partnered with COOPH (the Cooperative of Photography) on photographer's apparel. Check out the current COOPH inventory at Leica Store Miami, Leica Store Mayfair and Leica Store PRA. Read more below for details!


Leica T Firmware v1.5 Announced

Leica Camera released firmware update v1.5 for the Leica T (Type 701) camera. You can download it here along with the instructions and manual. Read more below for details!

Shoot The Elements with the Leica X-U

Watch the COOPH team demonstrate some inspirational photography tips and ideas on shooting the elements using the new Leica X-U (Type 113)!

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 Releases Three New M Lenses

Released today are three new Leica M lenses... The Summicron-M 28mm f/2 ASPH in black, Elmarit-M 28mm f/2.8 ASPH in black and the Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH in black and silver. The Summicron-M 28mm retails for $3,995 USD (Adorama|B&H), the Elmarit-M 28mm goes for $2,195 USD (Adorama|B&H) while the 35mm goes for $2,795 USD (Adorama|B&H) and $2,995 USD (Adorama|B&H respectively. Read more below!

Leica Camera Blog Is Vanishing

In you haven't noticed, the Leica Camera Blog has slowly been vanishing, offering up mostly 404 errors. Over on Huffington Post, they noticed "Leica Quietly Kills Blog Content" as well. Leica hasn't offered any info about this. We'll keep you posted. Read more below for updates!