iPhone 5 purple lens flare against a bright light source. Looks like a reflection on the lens.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccZhIDbBnPk&hd=1
Jonathan Siegel: If these cameras were made entirely by a cheap labour factory in some rural village, then I would take issue with their pricing and simply tag their wealthy consumers as sheep. If in fact these are all hand made in Germany as these photos imply, and the video that has been circulating showing how they refine each piece and paint the numbers on the lens by hand, then these cameras are absolutely worth the money. In my line of work, you might come after me and say the same thing, but if you sat there and watched just how long it takes me to do it, and the sheer amount of time, perfection and technique I pour into each project, you would understand my pricing as well. Besides, if these things were cheap then everyone would have one and it would lose it's magic. Work hard, save up, buy one when you are ready. That is what I intend to do.
Well, Leica cameras are actually 90% hand made in a rural village called Famalicão in the north of Portugal... Then they are shipped to Germany to get the "Made in Germany" logo.Check here if you care to -- http://www.jornaldenegocios.pt/home.php?template=SHOWNEWS_V2&id=543817It's in Portuguese but the video is self explanatory.