I love Leica M3
Bruce Lee said this: “It is not daily increase but daily decrease, hack away the unessential. The closer to the source, the less wastage there is.”
This is LEICA’s first M camera. No Batteries, no Battery Chargers and no SD cards. No other frameline inside with 50mm lens.
My heart was beating fast when I got my first film cameras, a Leica m3.
I sold all of my DSLR camera. I love the Leica M3.
Just the Beginning
It is a 60-year old mechanical camera. For the dealer, this is the end of a beautiful friendship. For me, it’s just the beginning.
“A streetphotographer without a film camera is like a body without a soul. Ha, ha, ha.”
Henry Cartier Bresson bought his first Leica – “the extension of my eye” – and travelled to Africa, eastern Europe, Italy and Mexico.
I bought my first Leica m3 – “the extension of my eye” – and travelled to Beijing, Beijing, Beijing and Beijing. I am not a master, I am nobody, but A person’s a person, no matter how small, I don’t shoot what it feels like, I shoot what it looks like.
Using My Leica M3
This M3 is cosmetically in pretty nice condition, the lines are bright and easy to see. It has what looks like a dark spot inside the viewfinder. When you look through the viewfinder it still seems bright and the patch is invisible.
Using M3 for both 35mm and 50mm and I am happy about the experience. I deal almost exclusively with streetphotography. I am not too worried about the focusing part as I can still focus fine with zone focusing (also called scale focusing). In terms of framing, with 35mm lens, I can still frame fine with the inbuilt 50mm frame line, to step back and frame my shot which could be equal to 35mm focal range.contact: email@example.com © 2020 Zhao Zhenguo. All Rights Reserved.