For many photographers around the world, Leica cameras and lenses have long been synonymous with both luxury and quality. Watch a video showing how Leica lenses are made to learn why!
It’s known fact that every photographer and camera enthusiast dreams of a Leica, both the camera and the lenses. You have probably seen what a Leica lens looks like when neatly cut in half, and got amazed at the craftsmanship devoted to creating the luxurious glass. But if you ever got curious about how these prized lenses are actually made, we have just the right stuff for you!
The video below demonstrates the meticulous process Leica utilizes to assemble their lenses—all hand-crafted to ensure the quality and precision customers have known and attributed to the German optics company through the years. Not only that; you can bet that every Leica lens has been tested before leaving the factory and landing in a camera shop near you!
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