Approximately 2,000 units were made for a 1960s U.S. Army contract that was never fully accepted.Read more
A fun interview with Chicago Gallery News!Read more
A beautiful complete stereo lens set from 1954Read more
Very rare; in fact, this is only about the seventh one we've ever seen!Read more
One of Leica's earliest fast portrait lenses.Read more
It is difficult enough to find one camera like this, let alone two with consecutive serial numbers. Available now and ready to shoot!Read more
by Dan Tamarkin
”I’d rather have one and not need it, than need one and not have it.”
–a wise person
Mr. Salas had privileged access to Fidel Castro and the July 26 Movement revolutionaries as they hid in the Sierra Maestra Mountains in southeastern Cuba just before taking power in January 1959.Read more
Cuba is a beautifully colorful place, with vibrant and warm people. It's a photographer's dream, whether you're walking the streets of Havana or strolling along deserted road in the countryside.
Join me his March for an amazing photographic opportunity traveling across Cuba. We'll even loan you a Leica for the trip!
Small group, big adventure.Read more
Usually my photography is in black and white because “color answers too many questions.” And the Leica M Monochrom camera and 35mm Summilux-M f1,4 lens are the perfect combination – light and fast, simple and versatile – allowing me to make photos in extremely low lighting conditions. Plus, the night is when things get good!Read more