A new review is out for the current leader of the Leica M-mount, the M Type 240 published at Lupico.com.
Another excellent as always hands-on field report is published at Quesabesde, this time they are looking at the Leica M Type 240. You can also read their report computer translated.
Here comes another Leicaphile photographer-priority review of the Leica M Type 240 (aka the latest model) by photographer Tom Grill.
The Leica M Type 240 is more likely to get reviews from Leicaphiles than the Camera Review Industrial Complex for the simple reason that Leicaphiles are driven and compelled and mesmerized by the MT240, while the Camera Review Industrial Complex has hundreds of cameras to review and has to consider more general interest and accessible/affordable cameras first. With that as a semi-unnecessary preface, here is a new photographer priority review of the Leica M Type 240 (short MT240) by photographer Tim Ashley posted at his Zenfolio photo blog.
It is like field report time at Luminous Landscape with real real-world scientist and frequent LL contributor Mark Dubovey sharing his findings.
Staying with that theme, but increasing the sensor size to APS-C, here is the Leica X2, the second attempt by Leica at a “big sensor prime”. This latest review is by Photography Blog.
Leica M-flagship action now with a new review of the Leica M Type 240 rangefinder at Fotopolis.pl which you can also read in computer-translatese… Apparently Leica and Nikon are fighting for the title of the most impractical and silly camera names
Ming Thein published his review of the Leica D-Lux 6, which is based (for lack of a better word) on the Panasonic LX7 compact with raw.
Do not adjust your monitors. The sample pictures are in black and white for a reason. The Leica M Monochrom is a black and white (monochrome) digital camera and it has been checked out at The Pho Blo Grapher.
The Leica M-E (Type 220) is Leica’s latest idea of an “affordable” digital rangefinder with a starting price of $5500 and said camera was measured at Dxomark as part of a Leica M comparison review posted over there… For pre-filled comparisons to other semi-related cameras evaluated by Dxomark, check the Impact Review alert at the main blog.
The Leica M-E, as of the time of writing, goes for $5450 at Adorama and B&H Photo.
Dxomark had a Leica M themed week last week and they published the test results of two more M-series cameras starting with the good old Leica M9p. Previously Dxomark only published their results for the Leica M9… For pre-filled comparisons to other semi-related cameras evaluated by Dxomark, check the Impact Review alert at the main blog.
Back to back Leica action, this time the focus point is on the new Leica M Type 240, receiving a photographer priority review by Ming Thein.
The M Type 240 is available for pre-order for $6950 at B&H Photo and Amazon.
The Leica M Monochrome, the one with the monochrome sensor as the name suggests, has been reviewed by the Popular Photography magazine and their review is now published at the Pop Photo website.
As of the time of writing, the M Monochrome is available for pre-order for $8000 at B&H Photo and Adorama.
The Leica “version” of the Panasonic LX7 is the D-Lux 6, and this compact with RAW has received a review, rare as these (reviews of Leica branded Panasonic cameras) may be these days, at ePhotozine.
There’s not a lot out for the new Leica M-E at the moment, so this short short short review of the camera at Amateur Photographer UK may serve as a stop-gap measure until more detailed reviews get published.
As of the time of writing, the Leica M-E is in-stock at its Leica-esque price of $5,450 at B&H Photo and Amazon (via 3rd-parties).