More Leica M11 camera rumors


Here is an updated set of rumored Leica M11 camera specifications:

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The new Voigtlander ULTRON Vintage Line 28mm f/2 Aspherical VM Type II lens for Leica M-mount is now in stock


As previously reported the new Voigtlander ULTRON Vintage Line 28mm f/2 Aspherical VM Type II lens for Leica M-mount was released on June 10 and it is now in stock at:

Additional information on the Voigtlander ULTRON Vintage Line 28mm f/2 Aspherical VM Type II lens:

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ZY Optics announced Mitakon Speedmaster 50mm f//0.95 lens for L-mount

ZY Optics announced a new Mitakon Speedmaster 50mm f//0.95 lens for L-mount. The price is $799 and you can order it here with free international shipping. Sample photos can be found here. Additional information including MTF chart, lens design, technical specifications, and press release are available at PhotoRumors.

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Check out this Leica M3 black paint camera that will be part of the upcoming Wetzlar Camera Auctions (October 9th, 2021)



Wetzlar Camera Auctions released a new video for a rare Leica M3 black paint camera that will be part of the upcoming Wetzlar Camera Auctions on October 9th, 2021:

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Kamerakraft LM10 camera grip review by 35mmc



The website 35mmc published a detailed review of the new Kamerakraft LM10 camera grip for Leica M10 cameras with ARCA rail and memory card storage:

“These KameraKraft grips aren’t cheap. I don’t think anyone would claim they are. But then, Leica cameras aren’t cheap. If you asked me to spend this sort of cash on a grip for me Chinon CE-4, I would definitely struggle to see the sense. Somehow though, attaching a luxy grip to a luxury camera feels a lot more natural. Initial reservations about the LM10GRIP aside, I have ultimately found myself very impressed with these KameraKraft grips – there are cheaper options out there for sure, but if you’re looking for something with high quality of build, largely solid design principles that actually look good on your expensive Leica camera, I reckon these KameraKraft grips might well appeal!”

The Kamerakraft LM10 camera grip for Leica M10 cameras can be purchased directly from the Leica Rumors Online Store with free international shipping (the grip is a limited edition run of only 200 pieces):


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Update: all black handle options are now SOLD OUT (the silver walnut handle option is still available in limited quantities).

Finally released and available for pre-order: Kamerakraft LM10 camera grip for Leica M10 cameras (limited edition of only 200 pieces)

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Leica SL2-S video tutorials


Leica released several video tutorials for the Leica SL2-S camera:

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Leica announcement rumored for June 24th


Leica is rumored to announce a new product on June 24th. The new Leica camera or lens will be a limited edition of 2,000 pieces worldwide and it will be priced at €8,390 (around $10,000). If you have any information on what exactly is coming, you can contact me anonymously here. Stay tuned for the details.

Update: the new product is rumored to be a new limited edition black matte or lacquered finish Leica M10 camera (maybe Steve McCurry edition?)

What’s next for Leica?

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Huawei teases a new flagship P50 smartphone with a dual Leica camera array




It seems that Huawei is still working with Leica despite the recent rumors and the announcement of the Sharp Aquos R6 smartphone announcement with a 22MP 1-inch sensor and Leica-branded f/1.9 Summicron lens. Huawei is now teasing a new flagship P50 smartphone with a dual Leica camera array (Huawei has been working with Leica for a few years now). Stay tuned for more details. A few months Leica was rumored to be working with the Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus.

Is this how the future will look for most camera brands – making camera solution for the smartphone industry?

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