Hanover with an Old Leica D-Lux 6

I have been thinking about getting a better pocket camera, so I decided to go back and relook at some raw images made with my old Leica D-Lux 6 camera that I bought used a while back.  The pictures above have been reprocessed with my latest version of a toned monochrome image.  The camera only has an effective 10MP and a small 1/1.7” sensor, but with a lovely Leica DC Vario-Summilux 4.7-17.7mm f/1.4-2.3 lens.  I think the camera is about six years old which means the technology is older than that.

I’m now thinking that it might be fun to just use this little camera along with my Olympus TG-5 and make some new images of Hanover with them this winter.  I might even use them to make a book of images.  I really like using older small cameras so I might decide to mostly use them for blog post pictures this winter and concentrate on trying to find images rather than keep trying different more modern cameras.