Exclusive Made In Wetzlar Stap from Harry Benz

We are excited to announce for the first time Made in Wetzlar will be launching an exclusive strap for the Leica M, TL, and Q cameras crafted by the master designer Harry Benz. 

The MIW-M strap will resemble the SL Brogue strap in many ways. The...

Introducing the Leica TL2

Three years ago Leica gave us the Leica "T" which would later become the TL. The TL camera was Leica's initial foray into the crop sensor mirrorless interchangeable lens game. I remember the first time the T camera came out I got it in my bag with the ...

Announcing the New 28mm F5.6 Summaron M

Leica has announced a new lens in their M lens line up. With this new lens, Leica takes a more classic approach. The new 28mm Summaron-M models itself after the old 28mm Summaron screw mount lens from the mid-1950s. Known for its extreme compactness and large depth of...

The “0.95 Edition” Noctilux

The Noctilux 0.95 Edition is one of the most unique noctilux lenses ever to roll off Leica's production lines in Wetzlar.  Built to resolve past the capabilities that are known in any other fast primes or even the faculties of human vision, the Noctilux is a legendary benchmark...

Focusing on the Essential: New Products from Leica

Focusing on the Essential

Leica has released several exciting new products, and there are more on the way! Here at Made in Wetzlar we are keeping you up to date with all the new products from Leica, and providing you with the latest information on how you can order...

Filming with the Leica SL & Summicron-C Lenses

A few weeks ago CW Sonderoptic sent me a couple of their infamous, and exquisite Summicron-C lenses to take out for a spin on the new Leica SL. But wait, Cine Lenses on the Leica SL? Yes, you read that right. Sonderoptic has done an excellent job at engineering...

Leica Frankfurt Edition Cameras

These special edition camera kits from Leica were built exclusively for the Leica Flagship store in Frankfurt Germany. The Leica M and T Frankfurt edition cameras come in a historically unique grey finish. Both of these cameras come with special edition handmade Oberwerth bags that have the "Galerie Frankfurt"...

A Step Back to the Future | Announcing the Leica M-D (Typ 262)

Leica continues to think outside of the box when it comes to digital photography with the recently released Leica M-D (Typ 262). The biggest differentiating feature (or lack thereof) on the Leica M-D (Typ 262) is the lack of digital screen on the back of camera. The screen has been replaced...

Meet the Leica APO-Vario-Elmarit

Meet the new 90-280mm APO-Vario-Elmarit F2.8-4. Many of you who have already purchased the Leica SL and many of you that are looking to purchase the Leica SL have been anxiously awaiting the arrival of this high-performance tele-zoom lens from Leica. Of course, we knew about the 9...

Introducing the Leica M Typ 262

Since the inception of the Leica M over 60 years ago, the concept has been simple. Leica's, "Das Wesentliche" principal is certainly felt here. Ever since the early M3 and M2 cameras the Leica M has been like Porsche 911's, they have grown through legend, and incrementally precise improvements....

0.95 Beyond the Possible

Leica has announced some new products that pay homage to the 0.95 Noctilux. Leica's extreme precision, and unprecedented engineering have made the Noctilux 50mm F0.95 ASPH a reality. Things that were once not able to be seen with the naked eye, let alone with any other lens or camera...

Announcing the Leica D-Lux (Typ 109) in Solid Grey

Just in from Leica. The overly popular Leica D-Lux Typ 109 is now available in a beautiful Solid Grey. This new finish features a sold grey lacquered housing and silver buttons, dials and lens. The D-Lux Typ 109 will also come with unique grey strap, silver CF D flash.