Design for the Real World: Leica Camera


Friday, November 17, 2006

Almost 100 years ago, the Leica camera changed the world of photography. It was the first practical 35mm camera, and it has inspired passion in those who shoot with it. In Design for the Real World, photojournalist Deborah Copaken Kogan - the author of Shutterbabe - explains what makes the Leica so special. Produced by Dennis Nishi


Dennis Nishi

Comments [1]

cg from New England

I'm sure she's an amazing photographer - but there's little magic to any camera - Leica included.

Leica made a huge historic contribution, but within the last fourty or so years many similarly portable cameras offer much the same and sometimes better image quality at far saner prices.

Dec. 09 2007 11:44 PM

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