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Leica Handgrip M Review For The M Typ 240 | Patrick Leong

For the most part, Leica digital M cameras look and feel like their film siblings.   It’s one of the main selling points of a camera like the Leica M Typ 240, and personally, I wouldn’t have it any other way.  However, everyone’s hands are different, so some will find that they need more adequate support when handling the M 240, especially when using heavy lenses like the Noctilux or even something like an R lens.  Several third party manufacturers have released handgrips, and “thumb grips” to help individuals achieve better support, and stabilization when holding their M cameras but so has Leica. In fact, Leica has introduced two types of grips: one with integrated electronic functions, and the one that I’m going to talk about here, the Leica handgrip M, which has only one purpose: to make the camera more comfortable to hold……

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