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Accessories
  1. Leica 35mm f2.5 Summarit-M

    The Leica Summarit-M 35 mm f/2.5 gives all users of rangefinder cameras with a Leica M bayonet access to the smallest and lightest 35 mm lens available, offering the outstanding image quality that is the hallmark of all Leica M lenses. Full Details

    $2,399.00

  2. Leica 50mm f2 Summicron-M

    The tried and well-proven optical design of this lens provides for a perfection of picture quality extending all the way to the extreme corners of the image field even at full aperture, as well as outstanding contrast throughout, at all apertures, even at close distances. Full Details

    $2,799.00

  3. Leica 75mm f2.5 Summarit-M

    The Leica Summarit-M 1:2.5/75 mm is a new "short telephoto" lens that is significantly smaller and lighter than Summicron lenses with the same focal length, but still offers the image quality that is the hallmark of Leica M lenses. Combined with the 35 mm Summarit-M, it makes up an ideal shooting outfit with a useful lens speed that opens up fascinating composition options for Leica M photographers.

    Full Details

    $2,550.00

  4. Leica CF 22 Compact Flash

    The CF 22 electronic flash unit with a metric guide number of 22 (at ISO 100) is used whenever maximum shooting freedom of image and top performance in flash photography with the Leica D-Lux 4 are required. The compact flash unit was specifically developed and perfectly engineered for the D-Lux. Full Details

    $399.00

  5. Leica Ultravid 10x25 BR

    Unsure which binocular is best for you?
    Check out our Binocular Buying Guide, to learn what all those numbers mean. 

    Leica Ultravid 10x25BR The 25 mm series unifies the characteristics "robust" and "high aperture" in... Full Details

    $999.95

  6. Leica Ultravid 8x20 BR

    Unsure which binocular is best for you?
    Check out our Binocular Buying Guide, to learn what all those numbers mean. 

    Leica Ultravid 8x20BR Bonus Leica Leather CaseThey are brighter, sharper, more compact, more functi... Full Details

    $949.95

Ted's Sharing your love of Photography

How'd they do that?
"Sunrise on the Mt." By Joel Strickland

Tips from the photographer

  • Get up early, the light at sunrise can be amazing.
  • Act quick, the light isn’t like this for long.
  • Shoot raw, it helps to capture the full colour range.

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