It all started with the Leica II of 1932 and it’s been going on ever since.
Back in 1931, 6 years after the original Leica I (or A) was unveiled, Leitz introduced a threaded lens mount measuring 39mm x 26tpi ( […]
What exactly is a user-collectible camera? It depends on whom you ask, but the term usually refers to cameras that are worthy of cherishing as beautiful objects and examples of technology, but can also be used for […]
By Jason Schneider
Shooting with a full-frame digital camera is seen as the mark of a pro or serious enthusiast, and many professionals do indeed favor cameras with full-frame (24x36mm) sensors. In general, […]
#BelieveinFilm with the Leica M4
The Leica M4, the lineal descendant of the landmark M3 and the simplified M2, commenced production in November 1966. It combined the features of both of its predecessors and added […]