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Leica Releases Firmware v2.0 for Leica Q (Type 116)

Leica has released firmware update v2.0 for the Leica Q (Type 116) camera, bringing numerous new features. Some of them have been on people's wishlists for some time, such as DNG-only mode, extended low shutter speeds and more. The firmware comes in at a hefty 49MB in size! Read more below for details and download links!

The Leica SL-System. Fast. Direct. No Detour.

The Leica SL-System marks the beginning of a new era of professional photography. As the first mirrorless system camera of its kind, it offers an impressive range of innovative features and sets entirely new standards with regard to versatility and handling – and rugged resilience.

It simultaneously offers maximum compatibility with the lenses of other Leica systems. Discover the future of photography – made in Germany. Discover the Leica SL-System.

The Leica SL-System. Fast. Direct. No Detour.


Up to $750 Off Towards a Leica M

Leica USA has a new trade-up promotion where you can receive credit towards - and up to a $750 rebate on select M cameras. In order to qualify, you must trade-in any brand digital camera and purchase one of the following Leica M models... Read more below for details!

Adobe Releases Lightroom CC 2015.6 and ACR 9.6

Adobe has released Lightroom CC 2015.6 and Camera Raw 9.6 today. The big Leica news is support for the Leica M-D (Type 262) camera and several Lomography lenses in the Leica M mount. Read more below for details!

Leica Image Shuttle App v3.3 Released

Leica has released the Leica Image Shuttle v.3.3 software for Mac OS X which supports tethered shooting via USB with the Leica S (Type 006 and 007), M (Type 240 w/Multifunction Grip) and M Monochrom (Type 246 with Multifunction Grip). Read more below!

Buying a Leica M8 in 2016

We've had an article on the site for a while now, called "Is the M8 Still a Good Choice?" that looks at the Leica M8 in the critical light of today's standards. Below is a new video by Mattias Burling that also takes a look at this venerable camera. In both cases, the conclusion was that the M8 is still a digital Leica and still takes the same great photos it always did. Check 'em out and read more below for the video!

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