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Magic of Light Television: "What is Sharpness in Photography?"

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I really enjoyed this episode, and I'm looking forward to the frequent updates. Many people, on their websites/review sites, give their opinion on Leica cameras and lenses, but few have used Leica exclusively for as many years as you have.


Good luck with the future material.


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