Think I might start wondering around again, trying to find some stylish people.
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.