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f/8 and Be There: A Beginner’s Guide to Zone Focusing

One of the perks of working at B&H is that sometimes you get to play around with high-end gear that you would never be able to afford yourself. That’s been the case for me during the past six weeks, since Leica let me borrow the incredible Leica 10-P and Leica Summilux-M 35mm f/1.4 ASPH. lens while I worked on a promotion with the company. This was my first experience spending quality time with a Leica rangefinder, and with all the mystique that comes along with it.

Leica M10-P Digital Rangefinder Camera

The beauty of the Leica rangefinder system is in its simplicity. It’s laid out ergonomically, and everything is where you would expect it to be. Each physical control on the camera has an essential purpose, like shutter speed and aperture. No fiddling around to change the ISO in the dark on the M10-P, as with some cameras I know (yes, Sony, I’m talking to you).

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