A witness, someone who sees what others simply watch. When Leica invented the first 35mm camera in 1914, it allowed people to capture their world and the world around them and document its events, no matter how small or big they were. Today, as for more than one century, Leica keeps celebrating the witnesses, the ones who see the everyday beauty, grace and poetry, and the never ending irony and drama of our human condition, and bring their cameras to the eye in order to frame it and fix it forever.
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THE FEVER OF THE WORLD DESERVES WITNESSES
THE REBIRTH OF THE WORLD DESERVES WITNESSES
THE CHALLENGERS OF THE WORLD DESERVE WITNESSES
THE NETWORKS OF THE WORLD DESERVE WITNESSES
Christopher Steele Perkins
THE CHARM OF THE WORLD DESERVES WITNESSES
THE SPARKLES OF THE WORLD DESERVE WITNESSES
THE FEARS OF THE WORLD DESERVE WITNESSES
THE LITTLE SINS OF THE WORLD DESERVE WITNESSES
SMALL QUESTIONS OF THE WORLD DESERVE WITNESSES
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THE GRACE OF THE WORLD DESERVES WITNESSES
THE LOVE OF THE WORLD DESERVES WITNESSES
TENDERNESS OF THE WORLD DESERVES WITNESSES
PHOTOGRAPHY IS OUR PASSION
AND SO OUR MISSION IS TO CREATE THE BEST CAMERAS FOR YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY
From Leica designers and engineers, to the skilled workers in our factories and the employees in our Leica Stores worldwide, passion for photography is shared by everyone in the Leica family, including our customers and our community.
We have stuck by this passion for more than a century in the pursuit of creating state-of-the-art cameras and lenses as close to perfection as possible. And our customers provide their passion by framing the world in beautiful, and meaningful pictures.
In today's photographic market, there are many products designed to attract buyers with numerous features and unusual forms. However, we at Leica stay true to the essential, which for us means focusing first and foremost on the needs and wants of the photographer. We do this through meaningful innovation and technology, consequently forming precise, reliable and timeless photographic instruments.