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Leica Minilux - Camera Review - Casual Photophile
What Is A Minilux?Aesthetics and FeelNotable Features and Practical UseOpticsUsability IssuesThe Fatal FlawFinal ThoughtsThe Minilux was first made available in 1995 with production continuing into 2006. During this time, it was Leica’s premier point-and-shoot 35mm film camera. With previous Leica branded point-and-shoots being designed by Japanese firms such as Minolta, the Minilux was a thoroughly German affair. Chief credits went to Manfred Meinzer and Klaus-Dieter Schaefer. Sounds German to me so than any Leica point-and-shoot beforSee more on casualphotophile
Leica Minilux - Ken Rockwell
The Minilux controls are excellent. It's easy to select a guessed-at manual focus distance, or to select an aperture in aperture-priority mode: just do it. I wish every camera were this well thought out. Leica Minilux Controls. Specifications top . Intro Specs Compared Performance Usage
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The Leica Minilux can be set to focus automatically if the user wishes but can just as easily be changed to manual focus. The automatic focus would naturally draw the focus of the camera lens to the subject in the center of the frame. Manual gives the photographer more freedom to choose what they wish to focus on in a picture they take.
Leica Minilux | Deadcameras
So I called Leica services the next day and to my disgrace they said that due to the lack of repair parts, they do not service the Leica CM anymore. For a camera released in 2004 and sold up to 2006 that is shocking! So, if you now are considering the Leica Minilux instead, let me warn you that it is also, not serviceable by Leica.
Leica Minilux Death by E02 / 5 Frames with a Beautiful
I have owned a Leica Minilux for more than 20 years. The truth, though, is that I am not a compact camera kind of guy. The Minilux was the antithesis of my then shooting philosophy. It is a fixed lens, fixed focal length, metal skinned, compact camera, and I loved my interchangeable lens, almost always plastic cameras. Back then I mostly shot