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Tip of the Week (#011) - Lens Coding

Lens coding. Normally a service provided by Leica for older Leica lenses and found on all new lenses. What if you use a Voigtländer, Zeiss or other lens? Or would rather not spend the money and time to get your Leica lens coded? The answer is simple, albeit temporary.

Leica Issues Update on M9/SDHC Card Compatibility

Back on August 5th, we posted the story of Leica issuing a statement on M9/SDHC card compatibility. On August 26th, Leica has updated the statement with the following...

Happy (2nd) Anniversary, M9!

Two years ago today - on September 9, 2009 (9/9/09) - Leica introduced the M9.

Happy second anniversary, M9!

Street Photography eBooks

If you're curious about or into street photography, there are a number of great eBooks out there that are worth checking out: Street Shooting for the Purist - by Chris Weeks Going Candid - by Thomas Leuthard Collecting Souls - by Thomas Leuthard

Voigtländer 35mm f/1.2 Nokton II Trickling In

The newly revamped Voigtländer 35mm f/1.2 Nokton II is starting to trickle in around the globe! The price in the United States is projected at $1399, and the (only) hood (the LH-8) is $109. The performance of the lens remains to be seen, but what we do know is that it's a little bit shorter in length over the old version with a revised optical formula. Also new is the chrome ring around the front of the lens, much like the Zeiss ZM line. More info available on the Voigtländer site.

Leica Compendium (2nd Edition) Arrives!

Back on August 7th, I posted that the Leica Compendium 2nd Edition was shipping. Just to let everyone know, I just received my copy here in the USA. So if you've got one on order, keep an eye out on the mailbox...

You can look forward to a review of this massive book, along with others - in the review section in the near future.

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