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REVISED Camera Bags Brand Guide

(I'm finally caught up with the comment moderation—84 comments on the "Settings" post, 205 comments on the "Camera Bags" post, and 102 comments on the "Portrait Lens" post. Sorry to be so late getting them all up, but that was exhausting! Nevertheless, thanks to all who contributed. Some really great comments on all the posts. Please do scroll down one last time and look at least at the "Featured Comments" on all those posts. —Ed.) Having been somewhat more completely educated now, please allow ...
Tags: Amazon, Photography, Reagan, Best, Google Translate, Photo Equipment, Leica, Mamiya, Michael Johnston, Mike, Michael C Johnston, Hadley, Kelly Moore, Domke, CompuServe, Billingham


Lowepro and the 'T' Bags

I'm currently looking around for a camera bag again, which is, to a photographer, the equivalent of a nasty fungus in an embarrassing place that flares up from time to time: just part of the burden of our existence. Because everyone knows two things: 1.) most bags will serve, if you'll just relax and adapt and get over it. And 2.) no bag is ever just exactly right. I don't care—shop all you want—devote your life to it—you'll never find it. It's not out there. That's the whole gestalt with camera...
Tags: Photography, Panasonic, Ralph Lauren, Chicago Bears, Gucci, Pentax, Photo Equipment, Leica, Lumix, Ricoh, Michael Johnston, Mike, Michael C Johnston, Veblen, Ronnie O Sullivan, Kelly Moore


This is how they clean camera sensors at the Leica Camera AG service centre

Cleaning our sensors at home is a fairly straightforward thing to do. I’ve been doing it since I was shooting with a pair of Nikon D100 bodies back in 2002 because sending your camera off to be cleaned was prohibitively expensive back then. These days, most camera stores will offer some kind of cleaning service. But […] The post This is how they clean camera sensors at the Leica Camera AG service centre appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Maintenance, Customer Service, Nikon, Leica, Leica Camera AG, Sensor Cleaning


Panasonic Lumix S1 and S1R coming in March and they have two new features

Panasonic’s announcement from CES today talks about the upcoming Lumix S1 and S1R cameras announced at Photokina. On initial announcement, not a lot of information was released. We know that the S1 will house a 24-megapixel full frame sensor, and the S1R will be 47-megapixels. We also know that they would both utilise Leica’s L […] The post Panasonic Lumix S1 and S1R coming in March and they have two new features appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Panasonic, Leica, Lumix, Panasonic LUMIX, Photokina, Full Frame Mirrorless, CES 2019, Panasonic S1, Panasonic S1R, The Photography Show 2019


In 2018, SONY Moved the Cheese

You know what they say: Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery TOP Camera of the Year 2018: SONY a7 III Exhibit 1: In 2018, mighty Canon took its lead from...Sony. Exhibit 2: In 2018, mighty Nikon followed in Sony's footsteps too. Exhibit 3: In 2018, Sony got Panasonic, its largest and fiercest competitor among Japanese electronics giants, to depart from its exclusive dedication to Micro 4/3 and take the plunge into competing with its (Sony's) full-frame mirrorless (FFM) line as well.  I...
Tags: Amazon, Photography, New, Cameras, Sony, Panasonic, Nikon, Canon, Leica, Zeiss, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, Amazon US, Amazon Canada, Amazon UKAmazon Germany, Sony Exhibit


These “AudioPhotographs” combine a sound recorder with film photographs

Personal and experimental projects can be a lot of fun for both those who create them and those who view them. This particular project was created by Italian film photographer Mario Cipriano, and it’s definitely a little bit odd, but pretty cool. He combines film photographs he shot with his Leica M6 with a sound recorder […] The post These “AudioPhotographs” combine a sound recorder with film photographs appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Audio, Inspiration, Film photography, Analog, Sound, Leica, Analogue, Leica M6, AudioPhotography, Mario Cipriano


These “AudioPhotographs” combines a sound recorder with film photographs

Personal and experimental projects can be a lot of fun for both those who create them and those who view them. This particular project was created by Italian film photographer Mario Cipriano, and it’s definitely a little bit odd, but pretty cool. He combines film photographs he shot with his Leica M6 with a sound recorder […] The post These “AudioPhotographs” combines a sound recorder with film photographs appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Audio, Inspiration, Film photography, Analog, Sound, Leica, Analogue, Leica M6, AudioPhotography, Mario Cipriano


Here’s a Leica that won’t break the bank, though there is a catch

Leica cameras are renowned for their solid build and impressive performance, but they cost more than most people can afford. We've just discovered a Leica costing only $45, though admittedly there is a slight catch. The post Here’s a Leica that won’t break the bank, though there is a catch appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Lego, Cameras, Leica


These LEGO cameras are tiny replicas of iconic Leica M

We all know that LEGO bricks are the best toy ever. They’re so versatile that you can even build all sorts of photography gear with them.  And now, Leica has launched a pair of LEGO Leica M camera sets that you can assemble just like any other LEGO toy. The LEGO version of Leica M […] The post These LEGO cameras are tiny replicas of iconic Leica M appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Lego, Gear, Toy, Leica, Leica M


A Review Of The Year 2018 From Jason Row

As the shutter curtain slowly closes on 2018, we look back on this year as being the one when the shutter curtain became obsolete. The year 2018 will be remembered as a vintage one for mainly the right reasons.   Mirrorless came of age, phones got better and better, and the choice of lenses on all systems is now beyond compare. As the festive season approaches and we all slow down a little, let’s take a look back at some of the seminal moments of 2018 The Cameras There is going to be no doubt...
Tags: Google, Photography, Sony, Nikon, Huawei, Dslr, Canon, Mauritius, Fuji, Sigma, Hasselblad, Leica, Apple Samsung, Peter Lik, Jason Row, Samyang


Leica targets street photographers with a pricey camera bundle

Described by the camera company as "your perfect companion in the city," Leica's Street Kit comprises a Leica CL camera body, a 23mm (35mm full-frame equivalent) F2 lens, batteries, a handgrip, and a black leather carrying strap. The post Leica targets street photographers with a pricey camera bundle appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Street Photography, Leica, Camera Bundle, Lecia Cl


Photography News: Startup redesigns tripod heads ‘inside out’ for more flexibility

Well, this doesn't look like the ball heads that we've seen before. Instead of designing a tripod ball head with a small cutout, the Colorado Tripod Company created one with most of the ball exposed, allowing for more possible angles. The post Photography News: Startup redesigns tripod heads ‘inside out’ for more flexibility appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Tripod, Leica, Camera Backpack, Photography News, Colorado Tripod Company


The Fuji X-H1: Opinions and Impressions

Still Pond, Fuji X-H1 and XF 35mm ƒ/2 The culture of objects seems obsessed with excess these days. On one of the auto channels I watch, More Doug DeMuro, Doug answered the viewer question "what is the best car?" by proposing the "Bugatti" Chiron (I use the scare quotes because I know what real Bugattis were, and they weren't hypercars for oil sheiks built by Volkswagen). The Chiron is a two-door, two-seat mid-engined "sports" coupé with a 1,479-horsepower V-16 engine. Really? Is it fun on on...
Tags: Photography, Usa, England, New York, New York City, Los Angeles, New, Cameras, Sony, Panasonic, Volkswagen, EC, Nikon, Times, Canon, Fuji


Leica releases the CL Street Kit for all of your decisive moments

Leica’s pricey – but sexy – CL camera is the closest thing you can get to an original portable luxury shooter without spending more than a used Toyota Corolla. The CL, which launched last year, is essentially a pared down M series camera that has gotten rave reviews over the past year. Now, in time for Noel, Leica is offering a Street Kit that includes the CL along with a Leica Summicron-TL 23 mm f/2 lens. This flat pancake lens gives you a “tried and true 35 mm equivalent focal length for th...
Tags: TC, Gadgets, Photography, Tech, Optics, Leica, Toyota Corolla, Henri Cartier Bresson, Noel Leica, Leica Summicron TL


Sony responds to “too small” E mount claims. Says they can produce f/1.0 lenses, but won’t

After statements by Leica that the Sony E mount wasn’t designed for full frame and Nikon’s claim of theoretical f/0.65 lenses with their new Z mount, Sony is now fighting back. In an interview with Amateur Photographer, Senior General Manager of Sony’s Digital Iimaging Business group, Kenji Tanaka states that mount diameter doesn’t matter and that they […] The post Sony responds to “too small” E mount claims. Says they can produce f/1.0 lenses, but won’t appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Sony, Nikon, Leica, E-mount, Kenji Tanaka, Sony s Digital Iimaging Business


Leica’s new D-Lux 7 compact camera offers “unmatched versatility”

Another week, another new Leica. This time, they’ve announced the new Leica D-Lux 7. Offering “unmatched versatility”, it’s what they’re describing as the “Swiss Army knife of Leica compact cameras”. It contains a 17MP sensor, a 24-75mm equivalent f/1.7-2.8 lens and unlike other recent Leica offerings, this one once again bears the red dot. This is […] The post Leica’s new D-Lux 7 compact camera offers “unmatched versatility” appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Leica, Swiss Army, Leica D Lux, Compact Camera, Gear Announcement, Leica D-Lux 7, D-Lux


Leica Just Got Better Without Changing a Thing

Designed with clever assists from London-based design firm Little Voice, the Leica FOTOS app elevates the brand’s lux digital camera lineup to a whole ‘nother level.The all-new companion application gives Leica users the ability to transition seamlessly between and mobile device. The digital design of the app takes a no-frills, intentional approach to integration with any of the brand’s 9 camera systems and uses a straightforward, intuitive UI with a few familiar design elements from Leica’s sig...
Tags: Photography, Design, Technology, London, Cameras, Product Design, Exif, Leica, Little Voice, Leica Camera, Leica FOTOS, Little Voice the Leica FOTOS, Vlad Khokhlov Dmytro Izotov


An Open Letter to Panasonic

Dear Panasonic, I know you're busy. You're readying your first full-frame mirrorless camera for market. That can't be easy, since Sony, Nikon, and Canon are already in that "space." We know it's a big deal for you because you're partnering with Leica and Sigma and you're all excited about it. And maybe a little nervous. We sympathize. We wish you nothing but the best with that. And we know it still remains to be seen whether you'll really continue supporting Micro 4/3 wholeheartedly, although, ...
Tags: Photography, Panasonic, Canon, Lenses, Leica, Michael Johnston, Don, Mike, Michael C Johnston, Amazon US, Amazon Canada, Sony Nikon, Amazon UKAmazon Germany


The matte-black Leica Q-P is a statement piece for affluent introverts

If the all-black, minimalist Leica Q was just too garish for you, the new Q-P may be exactly what you need. Built on the same tech as the standard Q, it comes finished in a new matte-black paint and foregoes the Leica red dot. The post The matte-black Leica Q-P is a statement piece for affluent introverts appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Full Frame, Leica, Leica Q-P


Leica's FOTOS App: When Iconic Industrial Design Heritage Meets The Mobile Age

As your typical designer type who occasionally likes to dabble in a bit of photography, it's always surprised and, frankly frustrated me just how poor the connectivity experiences of leading camera brands can be. Stumping up the cash for a high-end DSLR, you'd expect that these kinds of smart features would be meticulously thought through. All too often though, the simple act of getting your photos from your camera to your various devices can be clunky, convoluted and unreliable, performed with ...
Tags: Photography, Design, London, Ux, Dslr, Skype, Exif, Leica, Little Voice, Nico Köhler, Vlad Khokhlov, Dmytro Izotov, Sony Nokia Microsoft, Das Wesentliche


New Leica Q-P is a “stealth” version of Leica Q

Leica has just announced a new camera: Leica Q-P. It has improved ergonomics and a gorgeous design which makes the camera less noticeable in the street. But specs-wise, it’s basically a Leica Q in disguise. The main selling point of the Leica Q-P is, apparently, its stealthy appearance. It’s designed to be discrete and unnoticeable, […] The post New Leica Q-P is a “stealth” version of Leica Q appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Leica, Leica Q, Leica Q-P, Leica Q. Leica, New Leica


New Huawei Mate 20 Rocking a 16mm Ultra Wide-Angle Leica Lens

Huawei and Leica go together like butter and bread when it comes to smartphone cameras. Image via Huawei. And, as far as Huawei is concerned, Leica is quite a powerful ally to have in its corner. So it should come as no surprise that the new Mate 20 will also feature glass from the storied German optical brand. Featuring a triple-lens system that Huawei is dubbing the Matrix Camera System, the company is also including a Leica 16mm ultra wide-angle among them in an addition that has m...
Tags: Photography, News, Huawei, Leica, Leica Lens, Huawei Mate, New Huawei Mate


Leica rips out the LCD for the new Leica M10-D (but the price is still the same)

Leica has today announced the new Leica M10-D. It continues the M10 line by ripping out the LCD, replacing it and much of the camera’s functionality with a smartphone app. An M mount rangefinder with no LCD? Sounds an awful lot like the Pixii, doesn’t it? This one comes with a $7,995 Leica price tag, […] The post Leica rips out the LCD for the new Leica M10-D (but the price is still the same) appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Leica, Leica M10-D


The Leica M10-D is a reincarnated classic ‘film’ camera with digital guts

Can you tell this camera's not film? That's the idea behind the Leica M10-D, which even goes as far as including a fake film advance lever. The screen-free camera is designed to help photographers focus on the images instead of the camera. The post The Leica M10-D is a reincarnated classic ‘film’ camera with digital guts appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Leica, Leica M10, Rangefinder Cameras


With a real rangefinder, Pixii brings film favorites to digital in odd mash-up

The rangefinder is back -- and in digital. The Pixii is a digital rangefinder camera that uses M-Mount lenses. Made by a start-up of the same name, the Pixii is a manual focus camera without a back LCD screen. The post With a real rangefinder, Pixii brings film favorites to digital in odd mash-up appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Start Ups, Leica, Rangefinder Cameras, Pixii


The 10 Best Film Cameras Worth Buying

Technology has given us infinite possibilities via digital photography, and it also precipitated an almost complete annihilation of analog and chemical-based photography. However, thanks to a weird mixture of events, analog photography has regained some strength after the devastating blow that digital photography gave to it. Our list of the 10 Best Film Cameras Worth Getting Your Hands On Not only has the camera produced incredible art , it can also be considered a work of art itself. – T...
Tags: Photography, Germany, Gear, Tokyo, Flickr, Nikon, Canon, Alfred, Pentax, Hasselblad, Leica, Todd Gustavson, Wikimedia Commons, Turku, Rollei, Johan


The future of photography is code

What’s in a camera? A lens, a shutter, a light-sensitive surface, and, increasingly, a set of highly sophisticated algorithms. While the physical components are still improving bit by bit, Google, Samsung, and Apple are increasingly investing in (and showcasing) improvements wrought entirely from code. Computational photography is the only real battleground now. The reason for this shift is pretty simple: cameras can’t get too much better than they are right now, or at least not without some rat...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Google, TC, Photography, Law, Samsung, ISO, Huawei, Dslr, Canon, Leica, Wayne, Moore, Google Samsung, Sony Omnivision Samsung


Specs released for the Pixii digital rangefinder with Leica M mount

With all the hype over the Leica/Sigma/Panasonic L mount alliance, it’s easy to forget about the Leica M mount. But not everybody’s forgotten about it. French startup PIXII SAS has announced their new Pixii camera. It’s a new digital rangefinder camera, based around the Leica M mount, and the specs have been released. PIXII founder, […] The post Specs released for the Pixii digital rangefinder with Leica M mount appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Sas, Leica, Leica M, Digital Rangefinder, Leica Sigma Panasonic, Pixii


A Brief History of the Mirrorless Camera System

Mirrorless is definitely the darling of the photographic world right now. The established mirrorless manufacturers have been joined by some serious competition from Nikon and Canon in the full frame sector. However, mirrorless is not a new technology. This technology is one that has been around for a surprisingly long time, building slowly and surely into a true competitor for reflex systems.   Today we are going to take a trip back through time to look and the history of mirrorless technology....
Tags: Photography, Samsung, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, Nikon, Dslr, Canon, Fuji, Pentax, Epson, Leica, DMC, Rama, DLSR, Cool Photos & Photographers


The Best Cheap Gifts For Photographers for 2018

Buying gifts for photographers can be tough, but it doesn't need to be expensive and if you're unsure of what to buy then our list is going to make your life a lot easier. Maybe you didn't realize this – but if there is a photographer on your shopping list – you have no shortage of gift options! This list of photography-themed presents contains something that every photographer will love. Overall Winners Under $250 Under $600 Under $2000 Wristband $7.99 Diana F+ Lomo Camera...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, Photography, Gear, Diana, Fujifilm, Nikon, Dslr, Canon, NICK, Leica, Don, Click Selfie Stick The Selfie, Mount Everest The Click Stick, Green Screen Kit, Wescott Eyelighter



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