Leica cameras are some of the most expensive out there, and while some see them as a niche product for enthusiasts, other photographers swear by them for their work. This great video features a photographer discussing his thoughts on Leica ownership after a year with his camera.
Coming to you from Evan Ranft, this interesting video features him discussing his thoughts on owning a Leica camera (the Q-P) after a year. As Ranft mentions, the Q-P was his dream camera before he purchased it. It is a full frame compact body with a 24-megapixel sensor, 28mm f/1.7 ASPH lens, and 10 fps continuous shooting. I have only been able to shoot with a Leica once, but I do have to say I really enjoyed the experience and the images. If I had unlimited money to spend, my splurge camera has always been a Typ 246. While I certainly do not have enough time with them to really weigh in on if they are worth it or not, the experience and photos were absolutely different from what I am used to, and the literal act of shooting was fairly pure thanks to the camera's controls, something akin to Fuji bodies. Check out the video above for Ranft's full thoughts.