Leica have been creating incremental updates of their digital M cameras since the M8.2 added a sapphire crystal rear display, different framelines and a quieter shutter in 2009. Of course, there have also been many limited-edition cameras, but they haven’t normally had any technical changes.
New firmware versions for the Leica CL (v.2.0), Leica TL2 (v1.4) and Leica T(v1.8)/TL(v2.3) are available for download now. The update is offering improvements, new features and bug fixes.
Leica has released a major firmware update (v3.0) for the Leica Q (Type 116) which was introduced three years ago.
Today Leica released the firmware update v 220.127.116.11 for the Leica M10 – it brings an improved Auto ISO option, a revised Delete dialog and more.
The Voigtländer NOKTON 50mm F1.2 aspherical VM expands Cosina’s lens portfolio for the Leica M bayonet. The model will be available in Europe from September for 1,099€.
Leica has introduced a new firmware update version 3.1 for the Leica SL and the Summilux-SL 50mm!Firmware for Summilux-SL 1:1.4/50 ASPH. is included and improves auto focus:
Only a month before photokina 2018 the german camera manufacturer introduced the new LEICA M10-P with many new features. The new camera is available as of now for US $7,995 in black and silver chrome.
Good news: Red Dot Camera, London based Leica dealer, has reprinted the Leica Pocket Book, the most popular reference volume for Leica cameras, lenses and accessories. The latest 8th edition (of 2012) covers the complete Leica story until the Leica M9.
Leica today introduces the wide-angle Super-Vario-Elmar-SL 16-35/3.5-4.5 ASPH. – the third zoom lens for the Leica SL.
Phase One today introduces Capture One 11.1, a new version of the RAW converter and image editor. Additionally to some new features it now supports five more Leica cameras and another two Leica M lenses.