Famous war photographer David Douglas Duncan used a custom Leica “M3D” designed for him by Leica (only 4 were made). His personal copy sold today for $2.19 million, setting a record for most expensive commercially produced camera. 

Check out a few of his amazing wartime images above, truly a legend.

“Ochlik received his highest accolade less than two weeks before he died when he won a first prize at the World Press Photo awards for a series of photos [seen above] on the battle for Libya.”
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BATTLE FOR LIBYA photographed by Remi Ochlik. An opposition fighter rest under a rebellion flag in the middle of the battlefield oil town Ras Lanouf in Libya.

“Ochlik received his highest accolade less than two weeks before he died when he won a first prize at the World Press Photo awards for a series of photos [seen above] on the battle for Libya.”

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BATTLE FOR LIBYA photographed by Remi Ochlik. An opposition fighter rest under a rebellion flag in the middle of the battlefield oil town Ras Lanouf in Libya.