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Interview with a collector – Patrick O’Brien

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Interview with a collector, Patrick O’Brien Sometimes I get requests from people to show their gear, and I am always open to these. But this one really caught my eye, because the collector, Patrick O’Brien, is so young, yet has such an impressive collection. Lets have a look at Patrick’s cameras…

Leica Ginza

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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 […]

Lens for your Leica?

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You got a Leica, now you need some glass So, you have gone out and bought a Leica camera/M-mount type camera. Now you have to put some glass on it. And this is where things can get tricky. What a lot of people forget when asking me about buying a camera is that the lenses […]

Leica CL: The orphan Leica

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The Leica that was not Or the orphan Leica as it may be known. This camera is a Leica, and it is a truly great Leica too. But the funny thing is, it is not really a Leica in the truest sense. It is a Minolta if you really want to be pedantic about it, […]

In your bag #30 – Alexandre Maller

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In your bag number 29, Alexandre from the France Hey folks, how are we all on this fine day? I am doing great because I have another lovely bag for you all, this time from France. And in true French fashion we have setup that is stylish and well presented. So, lets let Alexandre take […]

Why the Leica M is so unique

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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 […]

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