Big Sale on Leica Glass for LUMIX

Posted May. 7th, 2018 by Daniel J. Cox

Leica Glass Essential for MFT

Today is the first day of a month long sale on some of the best Leica lenses for your Lumix camera! These Leica lenses are a major part of what I call the Micro Four Thirds triad that are essential for competing with the much more expensive and heavy full frame DSLRs. Yes, you can compete with the full-frame mega monsters if you’re doing these three things.

All gear in this photo is available from all Lumix dealers including our friends at Bozeman Camera.

Micro Four Thirds Triad

Micro Four Thirds Triad includes:

  1. Using the most current, up to date MFT body. Today that is the GH5 or G9.
  2. Using the highest quality lenses made, such as the new Leica 200mm F/ 2.8 or Leica 12mm F/1.4 or any of the other Leica lenses
  3. Using the best quality RAW converter for reducing noise at very high ISOs. For me that’s DXO PhotoLab

Invest in the highest quality lenses and cameras in the MFT world, and I promise you’ll be able to compete with the big monster full frame cameras from Nikon, Canon, and Sony. Below is an example of a 24×36 inch print, actual size without frame, shot with the Lumix GH4. It’s incredibly sharp.

Raven Spirit, a fine art print 24×36 inches in size, without frame, hanging in our home in Bozeman, Montana.

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  1. Portrait of Vivian Teague

    Vivian TeagueOn May. 12th, 2018

    Thanks Dan! I’ve sold more of my Nikon gear so I can shop!

  2. Portrait of Vivian Teague

    Vivian TeagueOn May. 8th, 2018

    Dan, what lens do you suggest for macro? You told me when we were in Bosque but I don’t remember. Also looking for a great walk around. Love my 12-60 but sometimes want a little more reach without having to change lenses.

    • Portrait of Daniel J. Cox

      Daniel J. CoxOn May. 8th, 2018

      Great to hear from you Vivian. The macro i suggested is the Leica 45mm F/2.8. The other lens I can suggest for more reach yet is very light and affordable is the LUMIX Vario 14-140mm. It’s a really great all around travel lens. One other more expensive and considerably heavier option would be the Olympus 12-100mm. It’s a fabulous lens but it does not work with the LUMIX Dual IS which the other two lenses do. Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any further questions.

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