Leica S2, M9 workshops in South Florida this weekend

There are still spaces available for the Leica M9 and Leica S2 workshops that will take place in Palm Beach this weekend (you can sign up here). Don't let the $25 fee scare you - it is refundable with a purchase at the Pro Shop of a higher value.

Saturday, Dec. 5, 2009

7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

M9 Street Photography Workshop with Justin Stailey, Leica Product Specialist.

Ever wondered why so many photojournalist and documentary photographers prefer rangefinder cameras? They don’t miss the decisive moment! Please join us for this opportunity to discover the advantages of rangefinder photography for yourself! LEICA M9 System rangefinder cameras and lenses will be provided for this shoot at the Green Market in West Palm Beach. We’ll meet at the Leica Shop in Shop, Space Limited, $25.00 Fee. The workshop fee is refundable with a purchase at the Pro Shop of a higher value.

Saturday, Dec. 5, 2009

2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

S2 Lecture and Photo Shoot with Justin Stailey, Leica Product Specialist.

Find out for yourself what the buzz is all about. Justin Stailey will present the groundbreaking Leica S system in a studio setting that will allow you to see the outstanding image quality with your own eyes. Developed from the ground up by Leica Camera this new system combines the image quality of Medium Format with the compact size and handling of 35mm dSLRs. Please join us when we put the camera to the test. Bring your own SD or CF card and you can take your files with you.

Palm Beach Photographic Centre Photo Studio (2nd Floor). Space Limited, $25.00 Fee. The workshop fee is refundable with a purchase at the Pro Shop of a higher value.

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Product Demonstration of the new Leica M9, X1 and S2 in the Leica Shop in Shop. FREE

“These workshops will be a unique opportunity for photographers to actually work with Leica’s best and newest cameras, the M9 and the S2. In fact, this will be the first M9 workshop and one of the first S2 Photo Shoots in the country,” said Roland Wolff, Leica’s director of new business development.

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