Quality videos produced using the Leica M (Type 240) camera.

Ryan Mah On Shooting Video with the Leica M

Black Rhino Creative's Ryan Mah explains why the Leica M was the ideal camera to shoot the video documenting a thought-provoking day in the life of software artist, writer and educator Jer Thorp:

Jer Thorp & The Office for Creative Research: Behind The Scenes with Black Rhino Creative's Ryan Mah

CW Sonderoptic Announces M PL Mount

If you've ever had the inkling to mount Leica/CW Sonderoptic CINE lenses (Summicron-C or Summilux-C) to your Leica M/M-P (Type 240) body - now you can! Just announced is the Leica M PL Mount. The custom baseplate attaches directly and securely to the lens mount adapter providing support for heavier PL mount lenses without putting stress on the native M mount and the integrated handgrip provides more ergonomic and stable handling.

Transfer Leica M Video Over WiFi

Andrew Donnan shares his secret for transferring video from the Leica M (Type 240) over WiFi via the Toshiba FlashAir II SD card to the Olympus WiFi app. The transfer, not surprisingly - is slow (even at 720p) and the battery drain is heavy.

Leica M wifi video transfer

Leica M Video - A Forlorn Feature?

One of the big ticket items as far as features went, when Leica introduced the Leica M (Type 240) camera back in 2012 - was the all-new CMOS sensor, which among other things - allowed for shooting video with the new camera. Why not? Most cameras these days allow for shooting video, even if it's a pitiful afterthought or a freebie. Read more below!

Leica Store Burlington Opening Reception

The Leica Store Burlington held its opening reception on February 26, 2014. Get a glimpse of the store and event. This video was filmed on the Leica M (Type 240):

Leica Store Burlington | Opening Reception

Abrazos in Cusco, Peru (Eva-Maria)

Daniel Maissan writes about his video, filmed with the Leica M (Type 240)...

Eva Maria is a four year old autistic girl living in the suburbs of Cuzco. Claudia is one of the therapists of Abrazos the foundation that invited me here to photograph their work. This organization helps families with the upbringing of an autistic child. Of course I couldn't let the opportunity pass to also record some video.