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Leica at Photokina 2016

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Leica is attending Photokina event 2016, the press release is attached below after the break. Leica Camera AG will also be staging the impressive ‘Masters of Photography’ exhibition in the 2,000 square metre Leica Gallery in Hall 1. The exhibition will display 15 series of photos with a total of approximately 400 pictures, more details at the press release below…

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Leica Silently Announces Leica M-D Typ 262

Leica MD Typ 262 imageIt’s look like today the long rumored Leica M-D Typ 262 camera announced today, RED DOT camera store of UK listed the Leica M-D Type 262 camera in their website.

The camera features 24 Megapixel CMOS sensor as we have said earlier and Powered by Maestro processor, the ISO range of Leica M-D goes upto ISO 6400. The Leica M-D is a retro style lacks back screen display or Viewfinder.

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The camera manufactured in Germany and available in black paint finish.

The Package of the camera includes Includes genuine leather camera strap, 2 year warranty and free 16gb SD card

Leica Back LCD display

source – Reddot

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Leica M-D Typ 262 Leaked Images

Leica M 262 Leaked imageFinally the leaked images of the upcoming Leica M-D Typ 262 Surfaced over the web, the camera look same as the Leica M 240. As you can see in the image Leica camera is missing rear display screen and the red logo as rumored earlier.

Leica M 262 back image

According to rumors the top and bottom of the camera is made from brass and the size of the camera is same as other Leica M series camera (M Typ 240/262). As we have told you earlier that the sensor of the camera is same as Leica M 262 mode and the cost of the camera will be approx 5,940 Euros (around $6,700).

We will update you soon as we get any new information

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Leica M-D Typ 262 Camera Rumor

Leica M-D Typ 262 camera forntLeica M-D Typ 262 camera coming soon and will have same size and shape as of M Typ 240/262 Camera of Leica, The camera isn’t coming with display screen. The camera will allow you to control the settings by manual buttons only. The top and Canon bottom plates of the camera is made up of brass metal.

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The camera is expected to arrive in May, 2016 with a esitamted reatsil price of  5,940 Euros (around $6,700), the cost of the camera is very high as usual.

The upcoming camera features same sensor as of M363 model. The cost of M262 model at B&H store is $5,195.00


We have already published the South Korean certification doc of  Leica M-D Typ 262 Camera Rumor a while ago.

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Leica M-D Typ 262 Coming Soon

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Leica M-D Typ 262 name surfaced over Korean certification body RRA website today.  In generally new product get certified by South Korean certification body RRA prior to the announcement.

Registration details (translated by google)
– Leica Camera Korea
– equipment: digital camera
– model name: M-D (Typ 262)
– Certification number: MSIP-REI-LCK-MD-TYP262
– manufacturer: LEICA Camera AG
– Country of origin: Germany
– Authentication Date : March 7, 2016

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Don’t get confused with the name since Leica already have Leica M (Typ 262) Digital Rangefinder Camera (see at B&H here) and the upcoming camera name is Leica M-D Typ 262, so the extra D here is making the difference and both of them are not the same product.

However, we have told you few days ago that a new Leica camera is coming without LCD scree and red dot, you can see the rumor here.

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New Leica Coming without LCD and Red dot

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Leica is rumored to announce a new M camera identical to popular M60 camera in near future. surprisingly the camera will not have red dot in the front and no rear LCD display screen. And the other good news is Leica is working on tilt-shift lenses for the SL series mirrorless camera.

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Leica Announced M Typ 262 with New Shutter Mechanism and Large Display

Leica-M-Typ-262-side-imageLeica camera today announced the long rumored camera finally arrived with 24 Megapixel fullframe sensor and mastero image processor, the ISO ranges from 100 to 6400. The company added a new shutter mechanism that works silently without making noise like its predecessor. New Leica continuous frame rate remains same as Leica 240 i 3frames per second..

The camera now comes with lighter aluminum top plate instead of brass top plate. The camera simple menu system is very easy to operate and now the camera features a big rear screen that will allow you to use a simple 2 page menu and review your images once they are captured.

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The camera will cost you approx $5195/£4050 the Typ 262 is offered as the least expensive of the M bodies, and is available immediately. For more information visit the Leica website.

Press Release

Focusing on the essentials of M rangefinder photography 

Leica Camera has introduced the Leica M (Typ 262) into its digital rangefinder camera range, joining the Leica M and M-P (Typ 240) and the Leica M Monochrom (Typ 246), now giving photographers the choice of four models.

Incorporating rangefinder technology perfected over many decades, the new M (Typ 262) represents Leica M photography in its purest form, concentrating on the most essential features, combined with intuitive handling and discreet styling. This allows users to focus on the fascination of M photography and, ultimately, on capturing the decisive moment.

As with the other digital M cameras, the Leica M (Typ 262) features a high-resolution CMOS full-frame sensor, designed exclusively for rangefinder photography, but excludes video recording and Live View. The 24-megapixel sensor delivers exceptional image quality and extreme sensitivity, and makes the Leica M (Typ 262) the ideal camera for photography in available light situations. At the same time, the camera’s Maestro processor guarantees fast processing of captured images, ensuring that it is immediately ready to shoot.

The clear and practical outer design of the Leica M (Typ 262) also focuses on the essentials. The top plate is made from durable aluminium, making the camera around 100g lighter, and even more ergonomic than its sister models. The words ’Made in Germany’ are engraved on the back of the camera. Further differences include a smaller Leica logo and a ‘step’ at the end of the top plate, which are both features reminiscent of the design of the Leica M9.

For maximum discretion when shooting, the Leica M (Typ 262) shutter is barely audible – an invaluable advantage in situations where the photographer needs to remain unobtrusive. As an aid to this, the camera features a shutter cocking system that is considerably quieter in single exposure mode than that of the M (Typ 240), and enables a shutter release frequency of up to two frames per second. In continuous mode, the M (Typ 262) has the same sequential shooting speed as its sister model and shoots up to three frames per second.

The handling of the Leica M (Typ 262) fulfills everything a discerning photographer expects from a Leica M. This includes the rapid manual focusing process with the coupled rangefinder and the focusing ring of the lens, as well as the option of selecting automatically determined or manually set shutter speeds. Furthermore, as this model does not include Live View or video recording, the menu is extremely straightforward and consists of only two pages. This ensures that all settings are rapidly accessible at all times. White balance is selected by a dedicated button on the back of the camera.