Video

Content that is primarily video - see also MVideo.

Leica SL (Type 601) Hands-On Review

A Hands-On Review of the new Leica SL (Type 601) from the Leica Store Wien Team (Vienna, Austria). They checked out the photo features of the new 24MP CMOS Leica SL and visited some of the best locations in and around Vienna and got some stunning results. The images you see are post-processed in Adobe Lightroom 6 with only the Tone Curve adjusted. No other editing has been done. Check out the video below!

Stefano Guindani Shoots Milan Fashion with Leica SL

For his shoots behind the scenes at Milan’s 2015 Fashion Week the photographer Stefano Guindani used the Leica SL (Type 601). He talks about the process of learning and the experience he has made with the camera.

Stefano Guindani shoots the Milan Fashion Week with the new Leica SL


Unboxing the Leica SL (Type 601)

We are unboxing brand new Leica SL (Type 601) with Leica Vario-Elmarit in Leica Store Warszawa...

Leica SL - Unboxing


Photographing Leitz Park with the Leica S

Richard Seymour, British industry and architecture photographer, was one of the first to try out the new Leica S (Typ 007). He went to Leica Camera AG's headquarters at Leitz-Park to test the camera out. In this video, he talks about his photographic approach to shooting architecture, the focus on modernity in his work and why the Leica S-System works for him.

Richard Seymour: Photographing Leitz-Park with the Leica S


Epson Inkjet Printers Robbing You Blind

We've all had that sneaking suspicion that inkjet printers wasted a lot of ink, especially during "cleaning cycles." What we do know is that inkjet ink is one of the most expensive fluids on Earth. Well, it turns out the Epson 9900 is especially egregious. A single color cartridge runs about $100 USD (with a full set running $1,000 USD). In testing, on average, a 700ml cartridge will still contain about 100ml of ink when you’re forced to replace it (often they contain 150ml or more). On the smaller 350ml cartridge, 60-80ml of ink was left!


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


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