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Leica Galleries Donate Profits from Kravitz FLASH to 100Cameras

The Leica Galleries, Lenny Kravitz, Berlin-based art advisor and international agent Reiner Opoku and Ostlicht Gallery in Vienna, Austria are donating $25,000 in proceeds from the Lenny Kravitz FLASH exhibit held during Art Basel 2015 in Miami to 100Cameras to help empower children to create change through art. Read more below for details!

TIPA Awards SL "Best Premium Camera"

TIPA (Technical Image Press Association) has awarded the Leica SL (Type 601) the Best Premium Camera for 2016. Read more below for details!

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Most Leica M Firmware Updated

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!

Pro Leica M-D (Type 262) Conversion Kit

By popular demand, we've created the latest must-have accessory for Leica shooters! Hot on the heels of yesterday's Leica M-D (Type 262) announcement we are now selling Pro-level Leica M-D (Type 262) Conversion Kits in our online store! They are high quality and will transform most digital Leica M cameras into the latest craze - "Das Wesentliche." These are sure to go fast, so please act fast. Read more below for details!

Leica Announces the M-D (Type 262) Camera

A camera we've been telling you about for a little while now - has been officially announced. The Leica M-D (Type 262) a.k.a. "poor man's M60." Essentially a mix between the Leica M (Type 240) and M (Type 262) - using the same 24MP sensor as both but without the live view and video as with the latter. What truly sets it apart is the lack of the LCD screen on the backside... Replacing it with an ISO dial (similar to the spendy Leica M "Edition 60"). The retail price is £4,650/€5,995/$5,995. Read more below for full details!

Leica M-D (Type 262) Coming

The rumors are building up surrounding a new camera, currently known as the Leica M-D (Type 262). It will be based on the existing Leica M (Type 262) including size and shape - sans the LCD screen on the back. Same sensor, brass top/bottom plates. The price is suggested to be higher, however - roughly $6,700 vs. $5,195 USD. It should be arriving at the beginning of May. We'll keep you posted! Read more below for additional details and updates!

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