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'Restless, from tempest to tranquility' by John Brockliss
22nd January 2016
John Brockliss delighted to announce that my new book, 'Restless, from tempest to tranquility' is published today by Blurb Books. The result of five years work, 'Restless' is a photographic documentary of the conflicting moods and ever-changing faces of our marine landscape.
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Built for the challenge – born for adventure: Introducing the Leica X-U
20th January 2016
New outdoor camera from Leica delivers outstanding picture quality in the harshest conditions

Leica Camera has unveiled its first camera designed specifically for outdoor and underwater photography – the Leica X-U (Typ 113).
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Leica Cameras in the 1930s: A decade of progress by William Fagan
20th January 2016
Article by William Fagan, illustrating some of his own collection items.
Leica Cameras in the 1930s: A decade of progress by William Fagan
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