No LCD screen on a digital camera! What?! I like it!
The Leica M Edition 60 is exactly that. A Leica M-P body but with every possible digital control taken away. An ISO dial in-place of the LCD screen, aperture and shutter speed dials. The camera only records raw files, and like all Leica M cameras manual focusing only.
I love this idea for a digital camera. It brings photography back to the absolute basics. I’ve never been one to pixel-peep, and keep my screens off for the majority of the time I’m shooting. Now only if I could afford a Leica, let alone a limited edition one.
PS: Leica should add this camera to their standard line up. I think there would be a particular group of shooters who would flock to it.
Ideas are scary. They come into this world ugly and messy.
Fantastic little spot from GE about how ideas are born.
L’atelier by Grid - Cusco, Peru
Theirblemont Ingrid (Grid) is a French designer transplanted in Cusco. She has one of the most unique shops in the San Blas neighbourhood of Cusco. Surrounded by the antithesis of cool, her store is filled with her jewelry, local designs, and vintage finds. She won’t talk much about it, but her designs have been featured in numerous major fashion magazines.
An amazing designer and curator of cool, stowed away in a little city in Peru. Now to figure out how to bring her designs to Vancouver.