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 18.104.22.168 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€.
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.
To celebrate the inauguration of the third phase of the Leitz Park complex, Leica Camera AG presents a strictly limited edition of selected camera models:
With the Leica M10 ‘Edition Zagato’, Leica Camera AG presents a new special edition that unites the best of German craftsmanship and Italian design. Comprising a camera and a Leica Summilux-M 35mm f/1.4 ASPH. lens, the set takes its name from Dr Andrea Zagato, owner of the design house and automotive styling specialist, who personally designed the limited edition, restricted to 250 pieces worldwide.
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