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Henri Cartier-Bresson - the father of modern photojournalism - famously described the Leica as “an extension of his eye.”The anonymity that the small camera gave him in a crowd or during an intimate moment was essential in overcoming the formal and unnatural behaviour of those who were aware of being photographed. The Leica opened up new possibilities in photography; the ability to capture the world in its actual state of movement and transformation. He said, “I prowled the streets all day, feeling very strung-up and ready to pounce, ready to trap life.”

Henri Cartier-Bresson

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The New Leica C is here… Stylish design outside, serious tech inside.

The New Leica C is here…
Stylish design outside, serious tech inside.

Leica M4P. The rugged trooper. Ever so slightly smaller and lighter in your hand, but a difference which you can actually feel. Probably the best value M you can get today. Best fit if you like 50mm lenses, cos the frameline for that focal length is bigger than in most other Leica M. There’s no meter. That’s part of what makes it so great.
ramayanax:

Leica M4P. The rugged trooper. Ever so slightly smaller and lighter in your hand, but a difference which you can actually feel. Probably the best value M you can get today. Best fit if you like 50mm lenses, cos the frameline for that focal length is bigger than in most other Leica M. There’s no meter. That’s part of what makes it so great.

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