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Leica Camera Comparison


leica camera comparison
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  • Leica Camera AG, a German optics company, produces Leica cameras. The predecessor of the company, formerly Ernst Leitz GmbH, is now three companies: Leica Camera AG, Leica Geosystems AG, and Leica Microsystems AG, producing cameras, geosurvey equipment and microscopes, respectively.
    comparison
  • The act or instance of comparing
  • relation based on similarities and differences
  • qualities that are comparable; "no comparison between the two books"; "beyond compare"
  • The quality of being similar or equivalent
  • An analogy
  • the act of examining resemblances; "they made a comparison of noise levels"; "the fractions selected for comparison must require pupils to consider both numerator and denominator"

leica kit in domke f-5xc
leica kit in domke f-5xc
Hopefully this helps others on the quest for the "perfect camera bag". I find that the Domke F-5XC holds my whole Leica kit pretty easily. Whether I would always want to walk around with all this is another matter entirely. To set up the bag I first used the two articulated dividers that were included. One of them splits the bag into two "stories" -- the first floor is for lenses, and the second for cameras and accessories. The other articulated divider splits the lower floor into three "rooms". In the "upstairs" I added the two flat dividers from my F-5XB to make camera compatments (IMO, Domke should really include these dividers with the F-5XC as well). The top floor ends up being about the same overall dimensions as the F-5XB, but I believe the 'C' has a bit more interior room because the padding isn't as thick. The zipper also goes down a bit further on the 'C' as well, which makes pulling stuff out and replacing it easier. This kit weighs 8 lbs on the nose. It is an easy load to carry. In contrast, my Canon SLR kit with four lenses weighs 12.6 lbs and is much, much bulkier and harder to schlep around. Not really a fair comparison, I know, but this differential is why some people (such as me) choose to use rangefinder gear more often than SLRs for general shooting.
Leica and Zorki
Leica and Zorki
Interesting pair, on the left German Leica lllc from 1940 and on the right Soviet Zorki c type2b from circa 1956. The comparison is interesting, the similar design is glaringly obvious, except that the Zorki 16 years younger than the Leica still lacks slow shutter speeds, in fact the Soviets did produce a model with slow speeds in 1950, the Zorki 3. Very hard to find today, but beware reliability is questionable, Everyone is familiar with these Russian clones, but how many people know that most of the leading Japanese brands started by cloning the Leica range finder cameras. The Japanese variants are rare and very expensive, simply because they did not make that many. The Japanese quickly moved on to the SLRs and compacts, the Soviets did not. They wanted foreign currency, the Zorki was popular because it was affordable and Russia became a major player in the production of cameras at least in terms of production numbers. Are these Russian cameras any good ? Well sometimes, quality control was poor, and they vary from very good to dreadful. The best ones are probably those that were official imports to the U.K. The importers Technical and Optical Equipment in addition to inspecting each import for transit damage tested them prior to sale.

leica camera comparison
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