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Is There A New Leica Coming?
Leica Making The World A Smaller Place
Found a very neat website setup by Leica sharing images taken on Leica cameras by photographers from all around the globe. It’s based on Google Maps and well worth exploring as there are some nice images on it.
However, one thing did raise a question; in the text it says, “Each of them was equipped with the same Leica camera”. The fact that it doesn’t mention what camera and the way the map is used would lead me to guess that there’s a new Leica camera around the corner and it has GPS built in.
Check it out: //travel.leica-camera.com