Accessory

Photographic accessories, tools and other related gadgets.

Tap & Dye Leather Wrist Strap

Added today is our Tap & Dye Leather Wrist Strap review!

A high-quality, hand-made leather wrist strap by the Tap & Dye shop in New York.

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RRS Intros Leica M Accessories

Really Right Stuff (RRS) has introduced a full set of accessories for the Leica M (Type 240) that are available for pre-order now.

Remove the base of your Leica M240 and completely replace it with our elegant base that is CNC machined from T6061 aluminum. With integral dovetails, this base allows you to mount your camera directly into a Really Right Stuff quick-release clamp. Far more robust than the stock base, our replacement base delivers a better fit with tighter tolerances. And since you need to remove the base to access the battery and card on this model, we've developed a completely new attachment system that is tool-less. Just turn the built in wingnut closure to secure the base in place (base attaches to camera's integral tripod socket).

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Leicatime Announces Leica M Cases

Luigi Crescenzi, our man in Rome and the artisan behind Leicatime has announced a full line-up of Leica M (Type 240) leather cases! Read more below for full price list!

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Leica M Shirts and Hoodies!

Available now, and not just T-shirts and hoodies, but also baby clothes and stickers... Check out Leica M (240) by benjy over on the RedBubble art site. Also available are Leica M9 and even Leica M3 with 50mm Summilux f1.4 (among other) variations!

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Updates on M and Accessories

Now that the shockwaves have travelled around the Leica world of the M's release (a story we broke on Tuesday), where do we stand? In this post we're going to keep track of some brief updates as we come across them throughout the day and weekend. Read more below for the updates:

New Walter Leica Eyepiece Announced

You may recall that we did an in-depth review of the Walter RX Eyepiece a while back. We're happy to report that we've been in touch with Walter constantly, and he's ready to announce his new version! In case you're not aware, it's not a magnifier but rather an actual prescription lens that attaches to your viewfinder - especially useful for those with astigmatism. Well, this new version is improved in many ways (e.g. it works with half cases now!) and we're already working on a full review and update. You can preview the details on his new Website. Stay tuned!

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