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Leica’s full-frame SL2 mirrorless camera has 5K video and higher resolution

Leica’s full-frame SL2 mirrorless camera has 5K video and higher resolution

Leica told Engadget that the SL2's body was built in-house and that the top cap is made from a solid piece of aluminum. It has a new grip that's supposed to be much less slippery than the one on the old model. That's because it's wrapped all around the front with a "leatherette" material that…
Leica’s Q2 Is Almost Perfect, From a Certain Point of View

Leica’s Q2 Is Almost Perfect, From a Certain Point of View

Leica cameras are the kind of ultra-high-end gear even professional photographers covet. They’re the Bugatti of the camera world, and the reputation is well-earned. Leica is synonymous with heirloom quality craftsmanship, near-peerless optics, and exorbitant prices. While these cameras and lenses cost more than an engagement ring, they're meant to last. They are also something…
Leica’s V-Lux 5 is a high-end, travel-friendly camera

Leica’s V-Lux 5 is a high-end, travel-friendly camera

The centerpiece is the combination of a 20-megapixel, 1-inch sensor with a 16X 25-400mm equivalent f/2.8-4.0 lens. You should get good low-light performance and overall high quality, even when you've zoomed all the way out. The Panasonic roots also ensure fast autofocus (as little as 0.1 seconds), continuous burst shooting at 12 frames per second…
Leica’s new ‘entry’ M rangefinder camera costs $3,995 – Engadget

Leica’s new ‘entry’ M rangefinder camera costs $3,995 – Engadget

While the Typ 240 now has a healthy 2GB buffer that allows shooting three frames per second, the sensor only shoots at a max ISO of 6,400. It won't be a low-light champ, even if the full-frame sensor helps overall performance. You'll also have to settle for 1080p video recording, which may feel out of…

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FedEx sues US over mandate to monitor Huawei shipments

The company handles about 15 million packages every day, according to the complaint, and it would be a "virtually impossible task" to inspect all of them. It might sometimes violate privacy rights and laws. And without safe harbor protections, FedEx believes it's in a no-win situation where it either risks "immediate" fines and penalties from…

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