Founded by Ernst Leitz in 1914, Leica made the first 35mm film camera in 1913. It was released to the public in 1925, cementing the company's place in the realm of photography. Over the ensuing decades, Leica became synonymous with quality, as its cameras were used for everything from Pulitzer-winning photojournalism to award-winning magazine shoots. This issue of B focuses on the evolution of the brand, from its beginnings as a microscope maker to its iconic red dot.
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