Leica’s latest rangefinder camera, the M11, provides some worthwhile improvements to performance and handling over its previous models in the series.
A very compact, reasonably fast prime lens for Leica’s manual focus rangefinder cameras, which covers the popular 35mm focal length.
Leica’s most versatile full frame camera boasts a new 24-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor with IBIS and offers faster processing plus improved power management.
A moderate wide-angle prime lens for L-mount cameras with weatherproof sealing, effective focusing and superior image quality.
A wide-angle zoom lens with weather-resistant sealing and minimal distortions for landscape and architectural photographers.
Leica’s new Q2 ‘full frame’ compact camera doubles the sensor resolution of its predecessor, offers a longer range of zoom crops and supports 4K video.
The new Leica CL features a more traditional design but shares many features with the snapshooter-orientated Leica TL we reviewed in November.
A new ‘pancake’ lens for the Leica TL system that is available in black and silver to complement the Leica CL and TL bodies.
The latest model in Leica’s ‘T’ interchangeable-lens camera series offers improvements in speed, ease of handling and flexibility.
The latest ultra-wide zoom lens for the M4/3 system is dust and splashproof and distortion-free and supports fast, silent autofocusing.