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  1. Leica's Fourth Concept Store - with a Difference @ Marina Bay Sands

    ClubSNAP was recently invited to the exclusive opening media launch of Leica's latest concept store at the iconic marina Bay Sands.






    Unlike other Leica sotres in Singapore, the 948 sq ...
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  2. Ethiopia - A Visual Journey of Discovery, Sensitivity and Love

    ETHIOPIA
    by Rosalynn Tay



    What does one do, when you have just about everything you need and want in life? A happy family, a professional competitive Ballroom dancing career, a great sense of style and fashion, an unquenchable thirst for travel and adventure, and a sense of warmth and vivaciousness that draws everyone near?

    Meet Rosalynn ...
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  3. Reasons to switch from DSLR to a Mirrorless camera

    So you’ve decided to get serious in your photography and picking up more advanced photographic gear would be the next logical step. Given the myriad of brands and models available, choosing the right camera can be pretty daunting.

    While DSLRs tend to be the most popular choice, what if I told you that you can achieve the same (or better) with a mirrorless camera but in a smaller package?

    Here are 10 reasons why it makes sense to switch to a mirrorless system instead:
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  4. Exciting Adventures with the Leica X-U Outdoor Camera!

    ClubSNAP was at the soft launch of the new, ruggerized outdoor camera from Leica, the X-U Outdoor camera featuring capabilites to dive down to 15m up to 60 minutes, is dust-sealed and shock-resistant. Needless to say, part of the X-U's highlights are also the large APSC sensor size for an underwater camer, and the fast Summilux 23 mm f/1.7 ASPH. lens (equivalent to 35mm FF).




    Shooting ...
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  5. How FUJIFILM's new X-PRO2 is made. A visit to FUJIFILM's Taiwa factory (4 of 4)

    Before the cameras and lenses were ready to be packed and shipped out, they have to go through the packaging and shipping process. This includes the capturing of the serial numbers of each unit, the laser engraving of the serial number and “Made in Japan” marking, and the final inspection.



    If the above is not enough to convince you that your new Fujifilm X camera or XF lens will arrive in ...

    Updated 24th January 2016 at 02:27 PM by Cactus jACK

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