Recently, fellow blogger/photographer Mike Eckman sent me his three favorite Leica copies to compare to my originals. First, I provided a brief introduction. And last Tuesday I posted my thoughts on the popular Zorki-1c. Today’s review is for another of Mike’s Soviet Leica copies, the Zorki-3. So this is where Leica copies get interesting to […]Read more "Martyr’s Leica’s vs. Eckman’s Copies: Zorki-3"
It’s totally unnecessary to write yet another article extolling the historical relevance of the early Barnack Leica cameras to photography. After a century of influence, everyone knows the story of how Oskar Barnack, Ernst Leitz and Max Beret revolutionized photography with their tiny, intuitive 35mm cameras and lenses during the 1920’s and ’30’s. Perhaps a […]Read more "Martyr’s Leica’s vs. Eckman’s Copies: Introduction"