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LEICA M Cameras
LEICA Screw-Mount Cameras
LEICA Lens Recommendations
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Reviews of lesser brands
LEICA Photo Galleries
California's Gold Country Photographed with the M6 TTL April 2010
Route 66 Photographed with the LEICA M3 February 2010
Yosemite Photographed with the LEICA M9 and M3 October 2009
Death Valley Photogrpahed with the LEICA M7 und M4-P (January 2009)
Route 66 Photographed with the LEICA M7 (February 2009)
Volcano Country Photographed with the LEICA M7 (May 2009)
Monterey Photographed with the CLE (June 2009).
LEICA M-Kameras (click for full reviews) top
NEW: LEICA M-E
The same M9, minus the needless USB socket and preview lever.
The future of LEICA photography. Not M-mount; better.
Less well made than the LEICA, but a fraction of the price and weight, and easier and more fun to shoot, with a better finder. Electronic TTL.
Compared to CLE and LEICA M7.
LEICA M6 and M6 TTL
Leica's most advanced mechanical camera. Manual TTL light metering, also TTL flash on M6 TTL.
Canadian-made mechanical LEICA. 0.72x finder with 28/90mm, 35/135mm and 50/75mm frame lines, the first LEICA to use this finder which continues to this day.
NEW: The LEICAMETER 03 November 2010
enlarge image (review coming).
NEW: LEICA M3: The World's Best 35mm Camera
Leica's first M camera, advancing the older screw-mount cameras.
The M3 has Leica's highest-magnification finder ever made (0.91x), which makes it Leica's best finder for use with for 50mm, 90mm and 135mm lenses. It also covers 35mm lenses designed for the M3.
The M3 is the greatest LEICA. It has sold more than any other LEICA to this day. The LEICA M3 introduced many of the innovations we all take for granted. The M3 was years ahead of its time, and is still a fantastic camera today.
NEW: LEICA M3 Buyer's Guide 04 November 2010
NEW: LEICA M3 User's Guide 04 November 2010
NEW: The LEICAMETER 03 November 2010
Screw-Mount (click for full reviews) top
Compact Cameras (click for full reviews) top
TRINOVID Binoculars top
Leica Compendium Review 01 October 2011
LEICA Filters 08 January 2011
The LEICAMETER 03 November 2010
LEICA Viewfinder Magnifications 05 December 2009
Leica Lens Dates and Serial Numbers 04 November 2009
LEICA M9 Yosemite and Eastern Sierra Photo Examples 30 October 2009
M9 High ISO Examples 29 October 2009
LEICA or Not? 13 October 2009
SD Card Speed Test in the LEICA M9 12 October 2009
Canon 5D Mk II, LEICA M9 and Nikon D3 image comparisons 06 October 2009
LEICA M9 Lens Compatibility 01 October 2009
LEICA M9 versus Nikon D3X versus Canon 5D Mk II Sharpness Comparison 01 October 2009
How to Afford Anything
Rangefinder vs. SLR cameras 16 September 2009
LEICA 18mm and Zeiss 18mm Comparison Test 17 June 2009
The Cult of the LEICA 26 May 2009
Wein EPX-625 Mercury Batteries 30 April 2009
Oskar Barnack 01 April 2009
The Leica Man 17 March 2009
Contax G Lenses for LEICA M 26 February 2009
A Complete LEICA M-System for Under $4,000 03 February 2009
LEICA M vs. Contax G Systems 29 January 2009
Comparison of LEICA M7, CLE and Zeiss Ikon
LEICA Lens Names Explained 24 January 2009
Cosina, Voigtländer and other lenses for LEICA 15 January 2009
LEICA Summarit-M Lenses (2007 introduction)
and the LEICA
The Return of the LEICA
Bottom lens holder
M Flange focal distance: 27.8mm.
Leica's Own Information
M Lens Technology and History
List of Current Lenses for 6-Spot Updates
Voigtländer Bessa Bodies
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