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Leica M8.2

Leica M8.2

The Leica M8.2 ($6,213) is a small, but significant overhaul of the company's successful M8 rig. It features an ultra scratch-resistance sapphire crystal LCD display, redefined bright frames in the viewfinder, an easy to use snapshot mode for those who don't want to bother with all the manual settings and metal blade focal plane shutter that makes it sound more like a film camera. If a camera could get you chicks, this would be it, too bad you'll have to sell an organ and/or your first born to afford one.

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