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Leica has announced new firmware for its full-frame SL mirrorless camera that makes it fully compatible with the latest version of the company’s tethered shooting applications. Read more
Leica has announced the availability of a pair of adapters for its SL full frame mirrorless camera that will allow users to fit lenses from the S medium format system and to use microphones and headphones when shooting video. The Leica S-Adapter L opens the camera to 16 lenses from the S system including the company’s collection of leaf-shutter lens. Read more
Leica has introduced firmware version 2.0 for its SL (Typ 601) camera that brings a major change to the camera’s focusing as well as a new top shutter speed of 1/16,000sec. The firmware takes the number of AF points available in single point mode from 49 to 529. Read more
2015 was a big year for some brands, in terms of high-end ILCs, and a quiet year for others. Still, we saw Sony release second iterations of the company's full frame "R" and "S" cameras, we also saw Canon release the two highest resolution DSLRs to date, in addition to a brand new pro-level system from Leica.
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