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  1. Hallo. Ich bin neu hier, 55 Jahre alt und knipse gut die Hälfte davon mit verschiedenen M- und (früher) R-Leicas. Und falle gleich mal mit einer Frage ins Haus ... :-) Wenn ich auf die IIIf das versenkbare 5cm-Summicron aufschraube, dann ist der Indexstrich für die Entfernungseinstellung nicht genau oben (wenn man die Kamera von oben anschaut), sondern ein paar Grad weiter nach links verschoben. Nein, ich habe das Objektiv nicht wie ein Schmied festgedreht ... Die Fokussierung sitzt jedoch auf dem Punkt - wenn der Fokusring auf Unendlich einrastet, sind auch die Teilbilder präzise verschmolzen. Ist diese Verschiebung des Indexpunktes bei Schraubleicas was normales, kann man das mit einfachen Mitteln beheben, ohne dass man gleich ein paar Hunderter nach Wetzlar überweisen darf? Oder ist das lediglich ein Schönheitsfehler, der nur Ästheten auf den Keks geht?
  2. Hi to all interested in photographing with vintage screw mount Leica`s. After first year of my activity in photography I decided to upload a litte overview of my photos taken with Leica IIIc and a couple of LTM-lenses. Visti my youtube-channel PhotoLoge 84 (link below) and watch the video. Im beginner, still learnnig and focused on improving my approch to photgraphy - so any critics, suggestions or tips are welcome! For every vistiging, watching, commenting or any feedback many thanks in advance link: https://youtu.be/zVQ8uKytj98
  3. Sometimes when you're a middle-aged fogey, the magnified finder of the iiif does the trick. It's also small enough to be an every day portable carry...perfect for, when out of the blue, a bizarre sunset happens upon you, ( and 30+million other people in the city). Imperial Palace Tokyo. July 2015. Leica iiif 5cm Summarit screw. Fuji Natura 1600iso
  4. Hi guys I'm totally new here and I just bought my first Leica at an antique store of all places and it works and looks great and I actually got to speak with the original owner who says he bought it new in 1956 which is awesome and I picked it for $330 bucks. I've done some research the past few days and it is a red dial self timer with the serial no. 723996. And this is where I'm very confused... I looked up the serial numbers on your wiki Here and it says the range between no. 713001 and no. 729000 mean it is a "Leica IIIf Vorlauf ELC (EI+ELW.RD)" which to my knowledge means it is a Leica IIIf with a self timer (Vorlauf), from Ernst Leitz Canada (ELC), with Esercito Italiano (EI) (Don't know what that means), and Ernst Leitz Wetzlar (ELW), and RD for red dial. I'm just very confused with all this because it seems to contradict itself being that it says it's both from Canada and Wetzlar Germany? My camera is engraved Leica, DBP, Ernst Leitz, GMBH, Wetzlar, Germany. (Commas meaning where a new line begins) Any help would be amazing (Moderated) I will attach a couple pictures. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/55196414/Leica%20IIIf%20723996/DSC02424.jpg https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/55196414/Leica%20IIIf%20723996/DSC02430.jpg https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/55196414/Leica%20IIIf%20723996/DSC02431.jpg
  5. Hallo, Ich habe eine leica IIIf, welche einmal nach fokussiert werden müsste. Ich habe bereits mit leica telefoniert um einen ungefähren Preis zu erfragen, jedoch war die Antwort es gäbe keine pauschale Preise, daher auch kein Info. Vielleicht kann mir hier jemand weiter helfen und mir sagen wie viel so etwas ungefähr kosten würde?! lg
  6. The Summarit 5cm f/1.5 is one of those "You never know what will happen" lenses at night with any light source near the frame. This young lady from Boise, ID was kind enough to pose in the cold while I clumsily framed and focus this shot with the gorgeous little iiif. Portra 400. Leica iiif. Summarit 5cm f/1.5. f/1.5 1/10sec [ATTACH]304240[/ATTACH]
  7. I'm in love, folks. My IIIf + Summiron f/1.5 finally came back from DAG (only 8 months!) It's an amazing piece of craftsmanship, photographic heritage... and a real pleasure to use! For valentine's day, I put together a little "camera porn" video to ignite the passion in our hearts: [ATTACH]300494[/ATTACH]
  8. Hallo zusammen, ich bin neu hier und ich besitze von meinem Opa eine alte Leica, gravur: Leica , D.R.P, Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Germany, Serienno: 504123 Mir wurde gesagt es handele sich um eine Leica IIIf- stimmt das? Ich wollte auf Nummer sicher gehen und dachte mir ich frag hier im Forum nach. Schon mal vielen Dank, Stephie
  9. Thomas Edison's Ft. Myers, Florida laboratory, where he and his wife wintered from 1886 to 1930 and he tried to synthesize or find a natural source of rubber. Leica IIIf, Summaron 35/3.5, Kodak Portra 160NC, 1/5 sec @ f/11, drugstore develop and scan to CD, Nik Silver Efex Pro Sepia 2, burnt edges, this is a crop of about half of the negative. (Taken 13 Apr 2010) This is wild, I used to have an old 5x7 B&J and this shot looks just like it--only with a 35mm! [ATTACH]198333[/ATTACH]
  10. Last year I ran across a roll of developed Panatomic-X in a box and what I saw on it made me unpack my film scanner and scan a few images. They are shots of me and my generally homemade film developing equipment in the basement of our house in Southern Illinois. I was 16 yrs old and a Junior in high school. I called the business 'Custom Photo Labs' and because I gave 24-hour service on B&W it soon outgrew the basement and became a family business and got state-of-the-art Pako photofinishing equipment and moved into a building. The second image is the last on the roll, of me tweaking the S.U.'s on my "route car" with which I daily picked up and delivered films to drugstores in neighboring towns. We eventually had every drugstore between Carbondale, IL and Terre Haute, IN. [Taken in late 1960, Leica IIIf, 50 Summarit f/1.5, Braun strobe.] [ATTACH]164232[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]164233[/ATTACH] Before I totaled it, rebuilt it, then totaled it for sure, I had fitted a Judson blower, Abarth pipes, Nardi wheel. It was black with red leather and wire wheels. My first car.
  11. Sachen gibts !? Da tropft einem der Zahn : 200421973681 in der Bucht, und die anderen Angebote, alles tolle Sachen für meine IIIf, wenn das bloß nicht so teuer wäre. Übrigens, ich habe keine persönlichen Interessen daran, möchte nur daß ihr mitleidet. Gruß, Philipp
  12. Guess who took their IIIf to the zoo! This is the colorful Golden Lion Tamarin, an endangered species, from the tropical rain forest canopy along Brazil's Atantic coast. "Golden Lion Tamarins get their name from their beautiful soft fur, which is gold from head to tail. The circle of hair around their faces resembles a lion's mane. When first sighted, during the voyage of Magellan, they were thought to be small cats that looked like monkeys, instead of small monkeys that look like cats. GLTs are among the 10% of mammals who are monogamous and mate for life." Their enclosure was pretty dark and I'm pleasantly surprised this turned out as bright as it did. [Leica IIIf RDST (DAG), Hektor 135mm (SK), 1/100 @ f/5.6, Fujicolor ASA 400, VCII meter, handheld, drugstore develop and scan to CD, ever so slightly sharpened in PS4, no other mod--the rest is classic Barnack!] [ATTACH]168022[/ATTACH]
  13. My kit: Hi, Leica friends, my wife and I are going on our first European vacation and I am going to take my IIIf and IIIg and some lenses. I will be shooting Portra 160NC, Fuji Pro 160S and FujiPro 160C, a total of 20 rolls which I will take with me. I figure ASA 160 should survive the X-ray machines? We will be traveling with carry-on luggage only and will be on two flights, Tampa, Florida to London, then in a little over two weeks, Zurich back to Tampa. We will be staying in London, Paris, Nice (Monte Carlo), Rome (Vatican), Florence, Maranello, Bellagio, Zurich, most of the time traveling by Eurorail. Are there X-ray inspections at the borders of these countries for customs I should plan for? I'm an ex-1960s race driver and I plan to visit Silverstone and the Lotus factory, Le Mans, Monte Carlo GP site, Mille Miglia sites, Monza, and the Ferrari and Maserati factories and museums in Maranello and Modena. Also I want to do a "007" and play the Casino in Monte Carlo--do they allow cameras? My wife is more cultured than I and will be taking me to all the museums and galleries we can fit in along the way--and there are many. How strict are they about cameras? I'm taking my Summarit for available light in museums and night street shots. As well the carbon-fiber Benro C169 "Travel Angel" tripod http://www.benro.com/products_details_TRCB169.html#3 because I want to make every shot count. We've already scheduled a few small tours in each location but mostly we're on our own and she did all the planning and scheduling. I know we just have barely enough time to shoot the iconic sites in these famous cities and chronicle this once-in-a-lifetime trip for us. My wife's 70th birthday will occur while we're in Florence and I plan to photo her topless on the Riveria where she will put all the other girls to shame. While planning for this trip--which once again I'm turning into a photo vacation--I learned that at each major tourist site we will be in a den of thieves! How disappointing. So I purchased a lot of "armored" accessories to take along--camera case, straps, duffle bag, etc. These are made by Pacsafe Anti-theft Travel Bags and Accessories . Hopefully they will think my equipment is too old to bother with! I am really worried about getting my film fogged. Are there any 1-hour film developing stores in London, Paris, Nice, Rome, or Zurich? I just want the films developed, I have a Dimage Scan Elite 5400 at home and can do the rest. Well, that's it for now, I'll wait for comments. Am I being foolhardy shooting film with my DAG CLA'd LTMs on this trip? Will the film survive? Should I be more discreet and just take one body and two or three lenses--like the IIIg with 35 Summicron ASPH, 50 Summarit, and 90 Elmarit? Thanks for your input and please don't make too much fun of me for my big plans. I just love my Leicas and the pictures they give me and I don't want to leave them at home, not on this trip. Don
  14. Another type of negative photography. Leuven, Belgium, iiif, Summitar 50, Fomapan 100, Fomadon LQN Thanks for looking!
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