Posts tagged German Frers
Using the Leica SL for Sailing and Yachting Photography

Leica Cameras are part of our common visual history. Production started in 1925 and the small 35mm cameras has been documenting historical events and intimate moments ever since. Like another iconic brand, Nautor Swan, Leica Cameras have remained relevant. Something which is much harder than being popular. We took the latest mirrorless model out into the open ocean to see how it would cope with yachting photography.

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Hallberg-Rassy 340 - A New Small Family Cruiser from Sweden

The new Hallberg-Rassy 340 replaces the popular 342, with more than 300 hulls made. This is a contemporary design by German Frers with the beam lead aft with a plum bow, longer waterline, a more powerful sailplan, twin rudders and optional twin wheels. The yard promises a little more of everything from the previous model.

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