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PDN: Leica Reimagines Digital Rangefinder with the Stripped-Down M-D

No LCD for image review. Interestingly, as I use digitals more, I use the LCD less in landscape photography. I’ve visualized what I want, and I don’t attach a lot of expectations. For portraiture, I use it quite a bit to verify focus.

04/29/16 • 09:25 AM • ConsumptionDesignPhotography • (3) Comments

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$5995 for a “stripped-down” digital camera? Thanks for the laugh!

Posted by Tom on 04/29/16 at 11:44 AM

My reaction exactly Tom

Posted by Emmett on 04/30/16 at 09:22 AM

As for Garret, pretty much the day they tossed thru-the-lens viewfinders I find I largely quit buying or using cameras. It wasn’t a decision, I have a pocket size digital I get out of the drawer rarely. Just hated back of body LCD, never knew what I was shooting and then phones came along.

Posted by Emmett on 04/30/16 at 09:29 AM

 

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