Leica’s cams are pretty rare on their own – mostly thanks to the premium price tags attached to them – but Leica just put out a new cam that’ll separate you further from the already-exclusive crowd of Leica-rocking photographers. The company will be issuing an ultra-rare white edition of the M9-P digital rangefinder camera they
Unless you already own a Leica, you already know that a Leica isn’t the type of camera you see often. To be fair, cameras are getting more and more uncommon these days thanks to the improving quality of phone cams…but you know what we mean. In a world where you rarely see someone pull out
Leica just updated their compact cam line with the V-Lux 30. Like anything that the premium brand comes up with, the ‘30’ looks good and packs a good set of specs for a compact with a 14-megapixel sensor, 16X, 4.3-68.8mm f3.3-5.9 lens, and 3-inch touchscreen display. Unfortunately, like everything else that Leica comes up with,
No, it’s not an entirely new cam. It’s not even fairly new. But since it’s a Leica, maybe it doesn’t matter if the original X1 was unveiled back in 2009. Anyway, here’s the new take: the Leica X1 BMW Special Edition is basically the same Leica X1 cam, with the same 12MP CMOS sensor and
Yeah, it looks pretty much like Panasonic’s Lumix ZS7, a cam that also packs the same 12x Leica lens, but there’s just something sexy about a Leica. Maybe it’s the classy design that adds to the overall look that makes it look like a Rolls Royce next to the Lumix’s be-stickered, colorful body.