Leica Announces M10-P ‘ASC 100 Edition:’ The M For Cinematographers

Leica M10-P ASC Edition

Leica announced the latest limited edition of the M10-P rangefinder camera today. The Leica M10-P ‘ASC 100 Edition’ celebrates the 100th anniversary of the American Society of Cinematographers. It comes with a Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH lens, a VISOFLEX electronic viewfinder, and an M-PL Mount adapter.

Leica M10-P ASC Edition with 35mm SUmmicron-M ASPH

Additionally, the camera features “authentic Cine Looks” looks–shooting modes accessed through the camera’s menu. The looks include ASC Cine Classic, ASC Contemporary, as well as cinematic aspect ratios.

See Leica’s press release here.

Leica Fotopark Changes Focus

Leica Fotopark, established in 2014, and curated by Leica Fotografie International posted a simple message on their home page:

We have made the decision to shift our focus to concentrate on the exchange between photographers and photography experts. In light of this, we would like to recommend the LFI.Gallery as the ideal location for your photos in the future.

LeicaFoto-park.com

There is no further explanation, but there are several links to the LFI Gallery.

Rumor Roundup, January 3, 2019

Canon

Canon Rumors reports Canon will announce the Canon RF 70-200mm f2.8L IS USM lens in 2019 and points to a Canon patent filing. Further, Canon Rumors also expects the brand to release “as many as 7 new RF lenses” in 2019.

Leica

New Leica registered in Indonesia — Leica Rumors

Nikon

Nikon Rumors reports on Nikon’s CES efforts

Olympus

Olympus E-1MX Teaser Video

Olympus releases teaser for E-M1X with official announcement to follow on January 24th — Photorumors

Panasonic

Panasonic claims S1/S1R camera size is due to tech inside — Photorumors

EVA1 $1K US Price Drop — News Shooter

First Panasonic 8K Cameras will launch after 2020 Olympics — DPReview

Photography and Chill: What to Read and Watch This Weekend – December 21, 2018

What to Read

Harold Feinstein: America’s Forgotten Photographer — Huck

Meeting the Real Coffee Makers an article by Santiago Albert — Leica Camera Blog

Pigeons by Alan Shaller — Leica Camera Blog

Sigma Art Lenses Are Becoming Far Too Ridiculous by Usman Dawood — FStoppers

FORMAT Festival returns to Derby UK from 15 March -14 April — British Journal of Photography 

What It Takes to Live as an Artist in New York — Artsy

What to Watch

Behind The Scenes Of The Dawn Wall Film — Red Bull on Youtube “Rock climbers Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson show you the behind the scenes to the Dawn Wall documentary” 

Meet California — a commissioned film of a road trip through California. The British Journal of Photography in partnership with Visit California commissioned the film. Four photographers were selected to create “a new personal project that would shed light on the lesser-known sides of the state.” Interestingly, none of the featured photographers are based in California. Instead, they’re from Portland, Toronto, London, and Paris. Read the BJP’s article and watch the film as well as behind the scenes footage of the film here.

A Drink with Photographer Steve McCurry — NBC Nightly news published a 15 minute interview with Steve McCurry. It’s worth watching and McCurry shares some great photography insights from his over 30 years of professional experience.

And Then There’s This:

Photo of Couple Boning on Top of Pyramids Prompts International Investigation — Vice