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Leica M

  1. Leica M-E

    With the introduction of the rangefinder system in 1954, Leica M film cameras became, for many photographers, the perfect tools for capturing the fascination of a moment - discreetly, silently and without hesitation. Naturally, in uncompromising quality. The first digital M-Cameras began a new chapter in this success story. Today, it is the Leica M-E that continues the story, together with the Leica M and the Leica M monochrome. However, it is the Leica M-E in particular that embodies the M-System philosophy in its purest form: the camera concentrates exclusively on essential photographic functions, ensuring simple and intuitive operation. at the same time, it is a part of the most compact full-format camera system available and enjoys access to lenses acknowledged as the best in the world. a camera designed to allow the world to discover the fascination of M-Photography.

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  2. Leica M Monochrome Body Black

    Countless iconic black-and-white photographs have been shot with the legendary cameras of the Leica M-System.

    So it was time for a camera to continue this tradition and finally make it possible to deliver authentic monochrome photography in digital form: the Leica M Monochrom.

    It is the first full-frame, 35 mm format digital camera to be designed exclusively and without any compromises for black-and-white photography. It delivers ‘true' black-and-white images in unrivalled sharpness and dynamic range. This makes the M Monochrom the perfect camera for anyone with a passion for black-and-white photography.

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  3. Leica M Body

    The new m combines the ultimate precision of Leica’s rangefinder technology perfected over decades with the innovative potential of modern digital technology. The groundbreaking Leica m successfully expands the possibilities of the m-System while remaining true to its traditional values. Now featuring Live View, video, and new focusing methods, the m is the camera for photographers looking for the latest in photographic technology.

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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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