Leica T (Typ 701) in the Cotswolds

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As you can see I shot a few multi-image 'panoramic' stitched images. Huge file size. Incredible resolution. 

As ever I love using this camera and I have do have this feeling that I'm just 'marking time' with my other camera / lens combinations until the W/A and telephoto zooms for the Leica T become available. Whether I have 'red dot fever' or am just a camera snob or elitist and arrogant (as a 'fan' recently described me) I don't really care. Every time I press the shutter on the 'T' I have a smile on my face and as far as I'm concerned that feeling is literally priceless. 

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