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Leica M camera gets pared down and prettied up

Leica bids farewell to basic black and shiny silver for its Leica M Typ 240 model and unveils a less expensive, stripped-down Typ 242.

By November 19, 2015


Light's bizarre -- and a little bit brilliant -- take on camera tech

This will either be the camera of the future or another toy to send to the island of misfit cameras.

By October 7, 2015


3D-printed dresses take inspiration from the Audi A4 luxury car

Anouk Wipprecht, a maven of fashion that incorporates tech, has designed a series of dresses based on the technology and design of the new Audi A4.

By August 25, 2015


Leica updates M Monochrom for film noir

After three years, Leica gives its black-and-white-only model HD recording capability.

By April 30, 2015


Leica's new top-end rangefinder gets more electronic

Buying a Leica is more about brand cachet than high-performance electronics, but live view in the Leica M dramatically changes focusing. Also: a splashy X2 and an S with better image quality.

By September 28, 2012


For camera makers, hope lies in pricey devices for the few

As smartphones replace point-and-shoots, companies from Nikon to Fujifilm are scrambling to build premium product lines. That's great news for photo enthusiasts.

By September 25, 2014


MIT researchers use drones as photography lights

Researchers at MIT have come up with a novel use for the humble drone, turning them into flying photography lights.

By July 14, 2014


Turn your iPhone into a vintage rangefinder

Gizmon iCA case dresses your phone up like a Leica rangefinder camera, but also sports some useful functions photographers will appreciate.

By January 3, 2012


Behold the new world of digitized guns

The weapons landscape is going through major changes as startups invent precision rifles, high-tech scopes, gun-centric iPhone adapters, and pistols that require fingerprint authorization.

By September 25, 2013


Now you're a sharpshooter: The smart rifle arrives

Hit a target at 1,000 yards? No problem. Tracking Point's computer-enabled rifles let novices shoot moving targets at extreme distances with near 100 percent accuracy. The new era of firearms is upon us.

By September 25, 2013