Besides its big intro of the Leica M8, the company also rolled out three other retro-futuristic-looking cameras at Photokina in Cologne, starting off with the Digilux 3. It's the first all-digital Leica camera, and it's a DSLR with a mirror reflex system giving you through-the-lens shot composition. It also has image stabilization built into its Leica D Vario-Elmarit 2.8-3.5/14-50mm lens. Even though it's all-digital, it still has analog operating procedures such as an exposure ring and manual setting rings for aperture, zoom and focus on the lens. Looks like a highly effective blend of the old and the new.
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