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  1. Since Sinar Camera has merged with Leica, would anyone here know if there is a chance we will have a Sinar forum here soon?
  2. Time Left: 10 days and 7 hours

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    Leica 50mm F1.2,Black,Noctilux, Including Matching Leica Hood ,Adaptor And Filter,......Optics / Glass Very Clean. Cosmetically Looks Excellent...Mechanically All Working, I Use A LEICA Factory Trained Technician To Check My Equipment......He Trained At Leica In Wetzlar For 6 Years And Then Was The Leica Senior Technician For The South African For 46 Years. He Has Checked The Lens And Has Given It An All OK Rating These Are Approximate Prices.......Subject To Change When Conversion Rates Change Shipping / Insurance Costs Will Be Given When I Know Where You Live.......I Will Contribute To This Cost Subject To Purchase Price /Shipping Destination

    28,500.00 EUR

  3. Der (Online-)Store-Betreiber Leica Camera Deutschland GmbH sucht Verkaufsberater für den Leica Store Stuttgart. Neueröffnung dieses Stores soll am 15. Juni sein. Weiß jemand da schon mehr … zum Beispiel wo der Store sein wird oder wer ihn leiten wird?
  4. Mit dem neuen APO-Summicron-SL 1:2/35 ASPH erweitert Leica sein Objektiv Line-Up um eine klassische Reportagebrennweite für Leica SL Systeme. Laut Leica Soll das Objektive unter anderem aufgrund innovativer Fertigungsmethoden und neu eingesetzten Technologien, die neue Referenz unter den Reportageobjektiven sein. Das Objektiv besitzt vollkommende Kompatibilität zu anderen Kameras der L-Mount Alliance. Neben der besonders starken Abbildungsleistung, welche auch schon bei voll geöffneter Blende laut Leica hervorragend sein soll, sorgt die Konstruktion sowie das Design des Objektives für kompakte Maße sowie ein geringes Gewicht. Leica betont, das bei der Entwicklung des Objektives ein besonders Augenmerk auf die Vermeidung von Streulicht sowie Reflexen gelegt wurde. Durch hochwertige Beschichtungen ist es laut Leica gelungen diese auf ein geringstmögliche Maß zu reduzieren. Das APO-Summicron-SL/35 ASPH ist auch bei widrigen Wetterbedingungen bedenkenlos einzusetzen, da es über Staub- und Spritzwasserschutz verfügt. Es wird ab April 2019 zu einer UVP von 4.400,- € im Handel erhältlich sein.
  5. Wilsberg: Doktorspiele TV-Film, D 2009 R: H.G. Bücking Erstsendung: ZDF 25.04.2009 Titel der Buchvorlage: Wilsberg und der tote Professor In der Eingangsszene fotografiert der Privatdetektiv Wilsberg bei einer Observation mit einer Digilux3 einen Mord. Auslösegeräusch und Spiegelschlag wurden aber nachsyncronisiert Der Fernsehfilm zitiert ausserdem karikierend Filmklassiker wie Blow up und Der unsichtbare Dritte.
  6. Here's the story of a photographer who thought Leica was a serious camera company who cares about their trustful customers. My name is Kaïs, french photographer based in Paris, France. I started my Leica journey with a M9, ten years ago, sold and upgraded with a M9-P A Monochrom (version 1) quickly followed him all of them bought brand new. Wanting to get my hands on a "real Leica", I bought a M6 Titanium set with its Summicron 35/1.4. The medium lust was too hard to resist: a S2 with a Summarit 70 joined my stable. Let's add a wide angle to my S system: a brand new Summarit 35. Time has past, I added a M7 (0.58 finder), a Q Titanium, a Monochrom version 2, a M5, an Elmarit 90/2.0, a Summicron 50, a Summarit 35/2.4... We are talking about minimum 44 500€ (including the S007)!!!!! Then, the problems begun: both my M9-P and Monochrom I had a sensor failure (cracked sensor). How come a "pro" camera could have a sensor cracked? During my carreer, I owned a 5DmkII, a D3x, a Df, a 5DmkIV (I'm still using today) that NEVER failed me, NEVER. Anyways, Leica has been kind enough to replace both sensors for free. When the S007 came out, I was tempted to upgrade my aging S2. At my usual Leica dealer, they kindly checked my S2 before it goes on sale and discovered a corroded sensor! Come on! A third failure from a so serious comapany? I must be the unluckiest photographer on earth then. Still, I upgraded to a reconditioned mint grade SOO7, checked by Leica with a one year guarantee. During my second shooting, the 70 started to rattle from time to time, missing focus lock. Of course, my poker face never let any worries showed to my clients. Back home, I uploaded the photos into Capture One and got struck by what I have discovered (picture attached). I thought my memory card failed (I exclusively use hi-speed Sandisk Extreme and Extreme Pro SD). I tried with different cards, same problem. The DNGs are available if requested. I met the people of Leica at Paris Salon de la photo (photoshow) and, after hours of friendly chat, they acknowledged that there was a video card failure. Wait a second. Are we talking about Leica's flagship camera here? The one that is supposed to compete with a Hasselblad HD6-50 or a PhaseOne XF??? A failure after less than 2000 photos taken? Is this german so-called excellence? Since November 8th, 2018 my SOO7 is at the customer service (I hope) and I have NO NEWS from them!!! How come a pro photographer can trust such miserable products????? How come my 2400€ 5DmkIV works like a charm after litteraly thousands and thousands of photos??? How come it takes 10 days max to Canon to fix and upgrade the firmware of their pro camera when I have been waiting 6+ months to get any information from Wetzlar??? I'm over with this overrated brand. Keep on releasing limited edition for rich Qataris and Russians and let the pros (Canon, Nikon, Hasselblad, Fuji, to name a few) run the photography business. SHAME ON YOU Leica to ignore and disrespect your loyal customers!!! We made you, never forget that. I sent them a letter and I know the drill: they will send me apologies. But I'm not paying for apologies!!! I don't need them!!! I'm paying for equipment that pays my bills and feed me! Today, I'm waiting to get my hands back on my S007 to trade it for a Hasselblad H6D-50c. I am so disappointed by Leica... www.kaisdebali.com
  7. We've all heard of that college student who bought an M2 for 5$ in a thift shop. I've never got such a deal but I've managed to get Leica equipment for low prices in the past. Such as a very clean M2 that I got in an eBay auction for 600$CAD. The shutter speed had to be adjusted, and the vulcanite had to be replaced. Other than that, it is in excellent condition. I later got an M262, which I also bought on eBay, for about 3500$CAD. The sensor was filled with dust and oil spots, and the focusing mechanism had to be lubricated two days after I recieved it. (Those problems where not specified by the seller) It looked like new back then, but after about six months of use, I've got some paint removed on the corners and a cut in the faux leather. It has been faithfull ever since. Then, yesterday, I looked for a replacement for my 35mm ZM 2.8 on the internet and ended up looking for pre-ASPH summicrons. I then stumbled uppon a 35mm Summicron on keh.com for 1080$USD. No picture of the actual lens was shown and generic pictures of a Type 4 where shown instead. It was listed as "UG" (ugly). Giving this extremely low price and the 180 day warranty offered by keh, I jumped on it. (I'll keep you guys updated on this purchase.) What are the good deals you guys managed to get on Leica equipment?
  8. spotted this today, which model is this ?
  9. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    The finder is in good condition. There's a little bit of dust inside, but in use the glass is clear and very bright! I recently sold my X2 so now I'm selling the accessories for it as I have no use for them anymore. I'm also selling the EVF (Olympus VF-2) in another advert on this site! I will be shipping from Belgium.

    85.00 EUR

  10. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Leica MD 262 This camera is a joy to shoot with, you just go out and make images, this camera feels like shooting with film in the field, there are no distractions when working with the MD 262, I have included an image shot on this camera with the 50mm 1.5 @ 1.5 handheld around 1/8 of a second.. grain added in post to fit with a project that has been mainly shot on film.. Included are... - All Cables - Inner Box - Leather Leica Strap - Spare Leica Battery (Battery lasts very well as no screen to faff with) Camera is less than 1 year old, rangefinder optics free of dust. Low shutter count, close to 2086 shots taken.. I am happy to accept sensible offers. Thank you.

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  11. Hi to all... I've just published an article on my little blog. Let me know what do you think if you have time to read it. 🙂 Blog post: Why Leica?
  12. Hello everybody, this is my first post and I would like to extend a friendly hello to all of you and also to thank you for your time! This thread is not about finding the right screws for adjusting the rangefinder, but rather about one of them not wanting to move. The infinity adjustment (horizontal plane) seems to be a tiny bit out of alignment with my M5, and although it probably will not have a significant effect, it still nags me. One factor might be that the brass barrel of the lens I commonly use appears to be quite worn, so that when "freshly" attaching the lens, everything seems to be in order but never goes back to true inifity after the lens is focused to a closer distance and back to infinity, if this makes sense. Anyway, the screw inside the roller at the end of the rangefinder arm inside the lens mount does not move. I have tried several straight and angled screwdrivers, even filed one down for better fit, but still: it won't budge. I am afraid of stripping the head of the screw/damaging the arm and wonder: can or should the eccentric screw at the end of the rangefinder arm be lubricated in any way? Or will this result in unwanted movement/reoccuring maladjustment of the screw? When looking straight at the rangefinder arm from the front, there seems to be a small opening in the arm through which I can see the screw, which is why I'm wondering if it's meant to be used for lubrication purposes. What confuses me most though, is that my camera technician has adjusted the rangefinder several times already, and will most probably also have used this screw (although there seem to be other ways after taking the top plate off). Maybe I should ask him if he applied any kind of bonding agent to keep it in place. Although I'd wonder where he should have put it, since it inevitably would come into contact with the roller, inhibiting it from moving freely. If all of this is too confusing, I can add some pictures later for clarification. Thank all of you for your time and have a nice day!
  13. Hallo, ich habe eine Ja/Nein Frage für euch. Ich bin drauf und dran mir eine IIIF oder eine IIIG zu kaufen. Ich bin auf zwei Konfigurationen mit dem gleichen Elmar 50mm f/3,5 gestoßen. Die Frage die sich mir nun stellt, ist, ob sich ein Aufpreis von 200€ von der IIIF zur IIIG und Features wie der größere Sucher wirklich lohnt? LG
  14. Hallo, meine neue gebraucht erworbene CL funktioniert grundlegend prima. Nun wollte ich mal die Genauigkeit des Belichtungsmessers "testen" und verglich mit Messwerten der M6 und einer Lichtmessungsapp des Smartphones. Mir ist klar, dass die Messmethoden verschieden sind, aber das dürfte bei einem homogenen Messobjekt (gleichmaßig ausgeleuchtete Wand) zu vernachlässigen sein. Die CL hat ordnungsgemäß eine 1,35V-Quecksilberzelle drin, der Batterietest funktioniert, die Belichtungsmessung reagiert plausibel auf Helligkeitsunterschiede. Unzufrieden bin ich mit der Tatsache, dass die CL ziemlich genau zwei Blenden knapper misst (bspw. 1/60s anstatt 1/15s bei identischer Blende und identischer Empfindlichkeit). Ich gehe davon aus, dass M6 und Smartphone korrekt messen, da Dias in der M6 durchweg richtig belichtet sind. Hat jemand eine Idee? Habe ich einen Denkfehler? Oder kann die CdS-Messzelle der CL altern? Danke!
  15. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Hi, I'm selling this Summicron-M 35 mm, v4, made in Germany. Second hand lens in very good condition. Dry blades, no oil, smooth focussing, minor signs of use on the barrel. With original box, leather case, hood and 3 caps. Shipping exluded, to be agreed.

    1,850.00 EUR

  16. Hi there, for everybody who owns a Leica M-D (M10-D), is planning to get one or likes that feeling of shooting without a display I compiled a playlist with Essentials https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpZ62LYAUXRH0gRlfhmtlAhcIIvqwf6ij This playlist also covers general Leica M topics f.e. on how to focus with a rangefinder. Let me know what you think. Cheers
  17. This advert is COMPLETED!

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    Leica M10 silber Typ 20001, original verpackt inkl. brauner Umverpackung alle Anleitungen , Akku, Ladergerät, Netzkabel und Trageriemen enthalten Kaufdatum: vom 4.03.2017 bei Leica Salzburg; Rechnungskopie liegt bei. Sensor wurde im März 2019 bei Firma Foto Dinkel in München gereinigt. Die Kamera ist einem perfekten Zustand (siehe Bilder). Keine Abnutzungsspuren oder Kratzer vorhanden. Auf dem Display befindet sich zum Schutz eine Leica - Schutzfolie. Die Adobe Test Software (siehe Foto) wurde nicht aktiviert, kann also noch genutzt werden. Ausschließlich Versicherter Versand mit DHL, Keine Sendung an eine Postfachadresse; Gerne persönliche Abholung in München werktags oder nach Absprache möglich. Nach Überweisung des Kaufpreises erfolgt der versicherte Versand. Bezahlung gerne über Paypal möglich ! Verkauf und Lieferung nur Deutschland oder Österreich; keine Rücknahme oder Gewährleistung, es handelt sich um einen Privatverkauf. Der beschriebene Zustand wird garantiert.

    4,700.00 EUR

  18. Unser monatliches Treffen im "BARCO Cafeteria Bar Cantina im K." (neben dem Badischen Staatstheater) findet nach langer Pause wieder statt. Termin wäre der Freitag 12.04.2019 wieder im Barco im K statt. Der Tisch ist bereits reserviert. Danach werden wir in die Dorfschänke gehen (https://www.dorfschaenke-ka.de/). Dort spielt "Bluesmama" Sandy Campos (http://www.bluesmama.de/). Adresse: BARCO im K., Ettlinger Tor Platz 1a, 76137 Karlsruhe https://goo.gl/maps/b7CEZCSp6S52 Parken ist nur wenige Meter vom Treffpunkt möglich. Adresse für das Navi: Kriegsstraße 27, 76133 Karlsruhe. Ab dann einfach zum Ettlinger Tor-Platz fahren und auf der rechten Seite sind Parkplätze an der Straße verfügbar. Bitte beachten: Parken im Einkaufszentrum Ettlinger Tor ist leider nur bis 22.00 Uhr möglich! Alternativ ist das Parkhaus des Staatstheaters (Baumeisterstr. 9) bis 1 Uhr geöffnet. Der Abendtarif ab 18.00 Uhr: 4,00 €
  19. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Excellent near mint condition Noctilux f/1.0, 6-bit coded, unboxed. Fully inspected and cleaned. Payment via PayPal if buyer covers fees or can meet in person.

    5,250.00 EUR

  20. Something may be afoot, from SLrumors:- https://www.slrumors.com/
  21. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Seller' Note: Gently used. Excellent condition. Minor signs of wear. Slight smudges on screen and body (see photos). Lense is perfectly clean. Always carefully handled. Includes all shown accessories (Leica box, manuals, battery, charger, plugs, cable PLUS third-party extras such as a camera case, extra batteries, and charger). Thanks for looking. From online: Leica 18441 Overview Embracing high quality imaging and compact forms, Leica's X (Typ 113) Digital Camera packs in a large 16.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor and marries it to a Summilux 23mm f/1.7 ASPH. Lens that will provide users with spectacular images and an equivalent field of view to the iconic 35mm frame. The camera also shows off Leica's brilliant Made in Germany design with a sleek black body with a brown leatherette trim. Furthering the camera's capabilities is a physical control ring located on the lens barrel, offering tactile manual focusing during shooting. The wide f/1.7 aperture then adds more creative possibilities by allowing photographer's to take control of their depth-of-field and take in more light for low-light shooting. Merging a variety of different technologies, this camera is able to capture remarkable stills at up to 5 fps in the raw DNG file format as well as Full HD 1080p video at up to 20 fps. On top of this, it can utilize sensitivities of up to ISO 12500 for sharp, clear photos in less-than-ideal lighting conditions. In addition to manual focus, this camera does come equipped with an 11-point AF system that will quickly and accurately lock onto your subjects. Composing and reviewing images is done via the rear 3.0" 920k-dot TFT LCD screen. This display has a wide viewing angle and 100% coverage so shooters will know exactly what they are going to capture and will not be misled when shooting at angles. Users can also pick up an optional optical or electronic viewfinder to further their comfort during use. The camera records images and video to an SD, SDHC, or SDXC card. Also, the compact lightweight magnesium and aluminum body is reminiscent of their classic M rangefinders. Taking cutting-edge digital design and merging it with art, Leica has teamed up with Italian fashion label Moncler to produce a truly stunning version of the Leica X (Typ 133) that embraces the design firm's French heritage and melds perfectly with Leica's precise German engineering. The brilliant design and imaging capabilities make this special edition a perfect partner for the fashion-conscious and photography minded. Only 1,500 of these cameras have been produced, each with a matching case and padded white pouch that emulate the look of Moncler's world-famous down jackets. And, the included leather carrying strap bears a "Leica & Moncler" inscription. 16.2MP APS-C CMOS Sensor Packing in a larger 16.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor into a compact point-and-shoot body, the Leica X is able to balanced excellent image quality with sensitivities up to ISO 12500 and portability. The size of the sensor will create sharp, highly detailed imagery and allow users to capture images with shallow depth-of-field. Leica Summilux 23mm f/1.7 ASPH. Lens Providing photographers with the perspective of an iconic 35mm lens with the APS-C sensor, the fixed Leica Summilux 23mm f/1.7 ASPH. Lens will appeal to many with its outstanding quality and fast f/1.7 maximum aperture. This lens also features a physical focusing ring for exacting control during manual focus and can focus as close as 7.9". The lens is also optimized to minimize aberrations with a 10 element in 8 group design that incorporates two aspherical elements. Fast Operation Autofocus and continuous shooting greatly benefit from the speedy processing of the Leica X (Typ 113). Up to 11 AF points are available for rapidly locking onto your subjects and the camera can shoot continuously at speeds up to 5 fps for 7 frames. Full HD Video Recording In addition to brilliant stills, the Leica X (Typ 113) can record full HD videos at 1920 x 1080p at 30 fps. Audio recorded via the internal mic benefits from an integrated wind-cut filter to ensure clarity. Videos can be saved in the Internet-friendly MP4 format and uploaded directly to mobile devices or social media sites without conversion. Additionally, users will be able to watch their creations on a larger screen via the built-in HDMI-out connection. 3.0" 920k-Dot TFT LCD Used for composition and image review, the 3.0" 920k-dot TFT LCD located on the rear of the camera offers bright, vivid colors with a wide viewing angle for clear images from all sides. This interface also provides 100% coverage, so you will always know exactly what you are going to get. DNG File Recording Maximize your post-processing capabilities by recording in the raw DNG file format, which provides increased data and latitude for pushing images later on. This also allows users to dial in color without relying on previously compressed data and ensuring that they are delivering the best image possible. Body Design Made in Germany with an aluminum and magnesium design, this sleek camera offers the durability and beauty expected from Leica's long legacy of camera design. The Leica X (Typ 113) is lightweight and compact while still utilizing a large APS-C sized sensor and 23mm f/1.7 lens allowing users to always have high quality imaging capabilities by their side. Also, it has a leatherette grip that allows for comfortable, secure handling of the camera. Other Features Color settings Standard, Dynamic, Natural, B&W Natural, and B&W High Contrast are available for creating ready-to-go JPEG files for sharing and viewing. Manual exposure control is available along with full auto and aperture priority so everyone from beginners to experienced professionals can get started shooting. A built-in flash and hot shoe are available for adding some light to your scene. Exposure compensation from -3 to +3 in 1/3 stop increments. Optional optical and electronic viewfinders are available for more natural viewing. Records images to SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory cards.

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  22. Hello. My name is Rocky and have been reading this forum on and off for quite a while. My photography journey started when I was a teenager living in Tokyo in the mid-60's shooting, developing, and printing black and white. I wish I had bought a Canon f/0.95 lens then selling new for about $140. Fast forward to the early 2000's when I overcame the idea that this hobby was too expensive. Not exactly true, so I compared Nikon and Canon, and really liked the image quality of Nikon, but chose Canon for its inventory of "L" glass -- especially fast lenses. I'm fortunate to have a good copy of the 50mm f/1.0L -- not in the same league as a Noctilux, but for about 1/3 the cost. I had never even touched a Leica camera till last week-end when I spent about 45 minutes with a Leica M10 and W-O-W! To borrow a line from the film "Field of Dreams", "Is this heaven?" Yesterday I looked at an M6 and the body seemed to melt into my hands. In the Canon world the 300mm f/2.8L IS is considered by many to be the holy grail for its sharpness, bokeh and rendering of colors. It's also a beast of a lens to handhold which is often how I prefer to shoot it order to be more versatile and nimble. In the next week or so I expect to have a Monochrom M 1st generation which I'm getting from a guy off of Fred Miranda, and the shutter has less than 2000 actuations. I was going to wait for the M10 Monochrom, but can't pass up such an opportunity. There will be an M10-P coming in soon and several lenses including a Nocti --- but there are limits to what I can buy. A local photo shop does rent a Zeiss 20mm Canon mount, so I'm wondering if anyone here has used an adaptor as the one made by Fotodiox with good results on a Leica M body, and if so, did you use live view to focus and please share your experience. A British chap who used to work at the Photo Shop I mentioned was the local Leica guy, and he once told me of how he used a Nikon D800 equipped with a macro lens to "scan" 35 mm negatives that he would then convert to digital form with a scanner and then process in Photoshop, so question #2 is has anyone done something similar here, did you use a flatbed or barrel scanner and how do you think the results compared to doing that work by conventional means.
  23. Hi Guys, I bought a 250 reporter last WE down here in Capetown South africa with 7 other cameras in a lot (am very exited) on closer inspection and a careful clean( all the vulcanite s gone) , I discovered a few anomalies . the 250 is completely chrome with a Telyt 20cm 4.5, there seem to be a lens in the viewfinder to give you a 200mm view . On the top the serial number is nr137650 but on the body someone tried to scratch out a number that looks like 35- - 14 , if I look at serial numbers associated with chrome reporter's it should be between 352301and 352500 , so mine could be 352314 according to what s left of the middle . My question to collectors out there is what to do with this camera for it to be a nice collectible?
  24. Ken898

    M9 for sale

    THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    At Leica late last year for work carried out including a full CLA service, new leatherette, new hotshoe and brand new 2018 sensor (which is not the corroding type). It is in a used condition with some marking to the top plate. There is very light brassing to the top edge. The baseplate is in good condition (having been in a case all its life) with just small wear on each edge. Camera sold with charger and 3 batteries and 1/2 leather cover.

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  25. Anlässlich des 100-jährigen Jubiläum der „American Society of Cinematographers“ wird Leica die Sonderedition M10-P “SC 100 Edition“ im kommenden Herbst auf den Markt bringen. Als Besonderheit wird dieses Modell einige spezielle Videofunktionen besitzen. Im Lieferumfang ist ein M-P-L Adapter zum adaptieren von Kinoobjektiven, der elektronische Aufstecksucher Visoflex und das Objektiv Summicron-M 1:2/35 in einer auffälligen goldenen Eloxierung vorhanden. Die UVP sowie die geplante Stückzahl hat Leica bisher noch nicht bekannt gegeben.
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