Today, Leica Camera announces the previously leaked Leica Q Khaki limited edition camera featuring real leather trim in khaki green. The new addition to the Leica Q family features the engraving of the classic Leica script on the top plate of the camera in matching khaki color and is also paired with a khaki green leather carrying strap (see the pictures at the bottom of this post).
Voigtländer had two prototype Leica M-mount lenses on display at Photokina:There is no additional information on those lenses (via Dpreview).
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.
The first Leica M lens adapters for the new Nikon Z and Canon EOS R full-frame mirrorless cameras are already announced. The Shoten LM-NZ lens adapter (Leica M lenses to Nikon Z-mount) is already available for sale on eBay:
7Artisans published the first sample photos taken with the new 28mm f/1.4 lens for Leica M-mount - the pictures were taken on a Leica M7 camera with Fujifilm C200 film:
The PCH Pro Shop published several pictures of the new Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.2 Aspherical VM lens mounted on the new Leica M10-P camera:
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.
After Novoflex and Shoten, Kipon also announced new Leica lens adapters for the Nikon Z and Canon R mirrorless cameras:
In addition to the Zenitar 35mm f/1.0 lens that will come in a kit with the Zenit M camera, Zenit is planning to release two more lenses for Leica M-mount in the future: ZENITAR 1.0/50 and ZENITAR 2.8/21 (a new Zenitar 50mm f/0.95 E-mount lens has been rumored for a while). Here are some prototype pictures of the ZENITAR 21mm f/2.8 lens: