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4 results for "Leica M"
Leica M Typ 240: A Guide for Beginners By Matthew Hollinder
eBook (ePub): $3.99
Leica is a German-based Optimal Image company that started off as a producer of microscopes in 1849. It began to develop cameras in 1913, and then released the first of their signature camera series,... More > the Leica, in 1925. During the last half of the twentieth century, the brand became extremely popular in the street photography scene and was used by many noted photographers, such as Henri Cartier-Bresson and Larry Burrows. Though Leica has since retired almost all of its film cameras, the antique models are now considered collectables and have sold for over two million dollars at auctions. As for their modern digital cameras, they have since gained a reputation of their own and come in both professional and compact sizes. The M in the Leica M Line stands for the German term, Messsucher, which is a combination range/viewfinder. After reading up on all of the Leica M Typ 240’s best features, it becomes clear that its name could not be more appr< Less
Street Smarts By Thomas Pindelski
Paperback: $19.95
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One hundred black and white street photographs from London and Paris taken during the period 1971-77. In turn funny, poignant and nostalgic, yet always sensitive to the subject, these picture... More > speak of a world before cell phones, personal computers and the Thatcher revolution. Not a bared belly button nor a pierced body part is anywhere to be found. Photographed with a Leica rangefinder camera. Includes 10 pages of notes with information about each image.< Less
Winter Light By Donald Lush
Hardcover: $34.67
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A portfolio of fine art photographs capturing the unique qualities of winter light. Taken with a Leica M3 35mm rangefinder film camera.
Olympus EP-1 and Voigtlander VM Adapter Tutorial By John Strazza
eBook (PDF): $4.95
A very well written and thorough tutorial on the use of the Voigtlander VM adapter with the Olympus EP-1 Pen digital camera. This adapter allows the use of M series (Leica) lenses. The text goes... More > into enough detail that covers lens and camera mounting, various metering modes, various display modes, general focus and critical focus. A nice looking tutorial with photographs to help along the way. Worth every penny of the $4 price. It answers the questions most people have asked. No need for extensive and frustrating web searches for answers. 18 pages.< Less