Serious photographers know all about Leica's legendary status and what arguably makes them the best cameras money can buy, but HOW are they made? Video director and photographer Richard Seymour created a nice video providing a behind-the-scenes look at the factory in Wetzlar, Germany and the assembly process of a Leica M10 camera, which consists of 1,100 individual components and base plates milled from solid blocks of metal which specialists spend 40 minutes grinding and polishing by hand. Check out the amazing craftsmanship below.
A MASTERPIECE IN THE MAKING: LEICA M10
This entry was posted on September 11, 2017.