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New Leica M hands on *Scoop inside*


Leica M hands on
I was very fortunate to be able to go to a Leica event and get my greasy little mitts on the new series of Leica cameras. And I have to admit it, I was impressed. But was I actually impressed enough to buy one?
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6 Reasons I Switched To The Leica M9


6 reasons I switched to the Leica M9, by Scott Wyden Kivowitz
Now now, before you all get your knickers in a twist, this is a guest article by Scott Wyden Kivowitz. He approached me with the idea of writing something like this and I think that it has a place on here. I like to hear the reasons why people choose the medium and the setup that they do. Over to you Scott…
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Testing the M9-M in Tokyo


A hands on with the M9-M
After the announcement from Leica in Germany the Ginza Tokyo pro store held a reception for the Japanese market. We got a hands on with the delightful M9-M…and what a camera it is.
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Leica Ginza

Last night I went to a party, a very special party
I was lucky enough to be invited to the Leica Ginza 新年会 party last night. For those of you who don’t read Japanese (i.e. most of the world) that says shinnenkai, which means new years party. And what a very interesting party it was too.
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Why the Leica M is so unique

Another great video from those lovely chaps over at DigitalRev. This time all about the Leica M system, possibly the greatest and most influential camera system ever produced. There are very few famous names in photography who haven’t had their name attached to Leica in some way during their career. Their cameras are sublime in their simplicity, yet highly complex, finely engineered machines.

Hope you enjoy the video.

Cheers

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The Leica M9 Titanium

I got to have a go on one of these last week. It is lavish and completely over the top, but that doesn’t stop me from wanting one. This is basically a porn video for cameras, featuring the Christy Turlington of cameras.

Very pretty.

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