The new Leica M10-D just surfaced this week and it’s a stunning new rangefinder with an incredibly minimalist design. Most notably, the M10-D has no rear LCD for chimping your shots. Instead, you get a ring on the back of the camera to adjust exposure compensation. [Read more…]
Leica has unveiled its new M10-P, which is a slightly refined version of the 24-megapixel M10. The new M10-P loses the red Leica logo on the front for a more subtle approach. Additionally, the M10-P is claimed to have the quietest mechanical shutter yet – eclipsing the M4 and MP film cameras. [Read more…]
The new Leica M-D is a 24MP full frame digital camera with no LCD screen. Leica released a limited edition model with no LCD a couple years ago; however, this is the first serial production Leica digital rangerfinder without a display. [Read more…]
In the latest video from the Lightroom Coffee Break series, Adobe’s Benjamin Ward explains how to easily add keywords to your photos in Lightroom. Simply use the Command key [Mac] or Control key [Windows] with the arrow key to advance to the next photo without having to take your hands off the keyboard. The video is only 55 seconds, so check it out above to see the quick demo.
Leica has announced three new wide-angle lenses for M mount cameras:
- Leica Elmarit-M 28mm f/2.8 ASPH ($2195)
- Leica Summicron-M 28mm f/2 ASPH ($3995)
- Leica Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH ($2795)
The Elmarit-M 28mm f/2.8 is a very compact profile at just over an inch long. All of the lenses feature a minimum focusing distance of 2.3′. Each lens ships with an all-metal lens hood and a metal lens cap. The new Summicron-M 35mm lens is also available in a silver finish. You can pre-order each of the lenses via the links above.