Accessory

Photographic accessories, tools and other related gadgets.

Walter M-Stedi Video!

A few days ago, we told you about Walter's new Leica M-Stedi accessory - well here's a video of it! Enjoy...

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New Walter Leica M-Stedi

Our friend Walter Pretorius (of Walter RX Eyepiece fame) just let us know about his latest product, the Walter Leica M-Stedi device. It attaches to the strap eyelet of your Leica M camera to offer a solid grip. Made entirely of brass and available now for $130 USD. Keep an eye out for a full review shortly! In related news, the price of the Walter RX Eyepiece has also bee reduced by $100 USD! Read more below for a video of the M-Stedi:

Dodge and Burn Leica T-Shirt

The New York based Dodge & Burn offers a nice Leica themed (M3 and DR Summicron to be exact) T-shirt. Called the Street Shooter it is available for $29 USD.

Need Some Camera Bling?

For the camera fashion (or status) conscious, Japanese designer Jay Tsujimura has just what you've been missing - camera bling.

The accessories are available in silver, gold or platinum and are handcrafted. You can choose between two designs: Floral or Lizard. The Floral pieces feature flowery patterns, while the Lizard ones resemble the typically scaly skin of reptiles (much like the lizard skin leatherette kits). If you've really got money to burn, you can have diamonds mounted as well.

They fit the standard hotshoe mounts and shutter release threads of most cameras - not just Leica.

Street Strap

Added today is the Street Strap review!

If you're looking for a simple, high quality, low key camera strap - the new-to-market Street Strap may just be the answer!

Heliopan Announces Vario ND Filter

Heliopan has announced the new Vario ND filter, a variable neutral-density filter. This is great news as some of the other options available currently are just not usable. Unfortunately, at least for now - the available sizes of the new filter run from 52-82mm. List price ranges from €140-220,- (incl. 19% MwSt.). However, there are still some lenses that can use it, such as the Cosina/Voigtländer 35mm f/1.2 (52mm) and 50mm f/1.1 (58mm) Noktons and of course, the Leica Noctiluxes (with step-up rings). Here's the press release:

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