Leica isn't playing catch-up any more – its new full-frame mirrorless camera is right at the cutting edge.
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The Leica M Monochrom (Type 246) might well be the best digital camera for black and white photographers.
A compact camera with 24million pixels on a full-frame sensor and a 28mm f/1.7 Leica lens? Oh go on then.
The sensor, processing engine and traditional control layout are the same as the Panasonic LX100, so is it worth the extra money?
It's the same size as a small SLR, has plenty of features, a versatile lens and produces high quality images.
After eight years and a few expensive attempts, has Leica finally got the digital rangefinder camera right? Damien Demolder tests the full frame Leica M type 240
The Leica T system is a promise of a return to back to basics shooting, but keeps things modern with a large touchscreen and integrated Wi-Fi.
Our first thoughts after using Leica's new zoom lensed APS-C format compact camera, aka the Mini M.