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Good morning. It’s 6:30 am and I’ve been up since 3:30. I’m hungry.
Weird day. The Leica SL2-S is for sale and I ordered an M10-R (again). Yes, I know, I just got rid of an M10-R a month ago. What can I say, I missed it. I’ve also decided to focus my energy (and $$$) around the M system. Supporting two different systems was expensive and kind of exhausting. The problem is that just putting the SL2-S in the box makes me want to keep it. Still for sale, though.
I continue to enjoy Leica’s M cameras because they are wildly uncomplicated. Unlike everything else:
People who have a strong aptitude for geeky features and endless complexity simply don't see why they should be denied every possible option. And people who don't like endless features and complexity are shamed, in a sense, into accepting what the geeks are happy with, the assumption being that if they don't learn all the ins-and-outs of their cameras then it's their own fault.