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  1. Time Left: 15 days and 23 hours

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    Leica Rigid Summicron 50/2 The lens has just been lubricated in Leicashop (Vienna) so that focusing is silky smooth. Aperture detents are nice and firm. The optical parts are fungus and oil-free. The body has some superficial scratches that are visible in the pictures. International shipping by UPS Saver for quick delivery via air-mail (the next day for EU addresses). Payment by bank transfer or Paypal (+3%).

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    Leica Summicron 8 Elements (product number 11308) from 1965 in splendid condition. The lens has just been lubricated in Leicashop (Vienna) so that focusing is silky smooth (invoice available to back this up). Aperture detents are nice and firm. The optical parts are fungus and oil-free.Overall, a wonderful example of this lens. International shipping by UPS Saver for quick delivery via air-mail (the next day for EU addresses). Payment by bank transfer or Paypal (+3%).

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  3. Great topic! On a recent trip to a very visually appealing place, I shot 360 pictures over a week's time. So, roughly, 50 a day. That's vastly more than I do when when walking about with the camera. In my defense, I own the M-D, which has no screen (I find it liberating) and I may have taken the same photo twice just to be sure that I didn't blow up the highlights. When on holiday, I take less than 10 pictures a day.
  4. I have the regular M60 AKA the M-D and ISO 1600 is like ISO 3200 on the M10 (I had one). I keep wondering why low-light capabilities is so much touted in camera commercials- most, if not all the famous pictures taken (by Magnum photographers for instance, or the World Press photos) were below ISO 1600. Most human activity is done in daylight (yes, I know, not all human activity 😃). But I get it: an ISO number is a more straightforward way to say that the new camera is vastly better than the old. It is also easier for us to say that the old camera is not state of the art anymore. Whe
  5. M-D with 35mm Summilux pre-ASPH v2, at f2
  6. Ask him if he would consider issuing lenses with high-resolution and low -contrast- like the Rigid Summicron for instance. Such lenses draw just beautifully on digital sensors IMHO.
  7. Congratulations for the test. Could you please provide some info about the year of the lenses/condition? My Summilux pre-asph Titan is very sharp from 1.7 onwards. And I mean very sharp. It was sharper than my FLE, but that one was not adjusted and had some clear focus shift. It was also CLA'd and adjusted at Will van Manen, so it focuses spot-on.
  8. The M-D is the closest digital camera to a film Leica. It has only battery and card readout the finder, no LCD, an ISO wheel on the back-where it belongs, and it's black paint 😀😀
  9. Just to add that the M-D (Typ 262) as the M262 have an upgraded shutter that is quieter than the stock M10 shutter. The difference is very audible. I had both to compare, so I know. However, silent as the M10-P shutter, they are not
  10. That would be the M-D: Black paint? √ ISO wheel on the back, where it belongs? √ No WiFi, GPS, etc? √ Only battery life and card capacity visible? √
  11. No, it's the CMOS sensor of the M240/262
  12. It has. They brass beautifully....and the tactile feeling is much nicer than the chrome/black chrome ones. It's difficult to describe, but to the tip of my fingers the BP cameras are velvety.
  13. I already have a black paint digital M: the M-D. The most filmlike experience of any M, to the extent that you don't have the urge to use film anymore 😀
  14. On my screen it appeared. Let me try again... Leica M-D, Summicron 35/2 "8 elements"
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