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  1. 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.
  2. Something may be afoot, from SLrumors:- https://www.slrumors.com/
  3. Time Left: 18 days and 8 hours

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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.

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  4. 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.
  5. 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?
  6. Ken898

    M9 for sale

    Time Left: 9 days and 15 hours

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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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  7. 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.
  8. Hi I have recently bought two Leica M6 cameras with various problems, and are wondering which one to keep. The best looking one is a Wetzlar M6 and has the following problems: - The rangefinder patch flares significantly more than the other M6. This seems to be caused by haze on the inside of the rangefinder window. My leica CL has less flare than both. - After the shutter trips, I am able to see a little bit of the seam on the left hand side of the shutter looking inside of the camera from behind. It is somewhat visible when looking straight on and compared to the other M6 it is a bit more visible in general. Might be a problem according to https://www.cameraquest.com/leicamchecklist.htm -Winding the shutter also makes a rubbing sound which the other M6 does not. - The other M6 also has smoother winding lever and more dampened shutter button than the Wetzlar M6. The other M6 is a big logo version made in the Sloms factory - The light meter on this one is sometimes off by more than 4 stops, even with a new battery. Other times it can be correct, but the arrows don't light up like the Wetzlar M6. I am never able to get the two arrows to light up evenly. One of the arrows is always stronger than the other. This means that the light meter goes from for example totally overexposed (only one arrow) -> a bit overexposed( one arrow brighter than the other) -> a bit underexposed (the other arrow brighter than the other) -> Totally underexposed (only one arrow). According to the manual I am missing the double arrows correct exposure light. - The white circle on the wound shutter curtain is also a bit faded and not evenly white from right to left, compared to the Wetzlar M6. - The shutter button on the big logo M6 is also a bit sticky after pressing or half pressing the shutter, making the light meter stay on indefinitely. - The 2nd shutter curtain on the big logo M6 also starts to creep in a little bit before the Wetzlar M6 when using the 1 second shutter speed. I hope you can help me decide. If both needs repair or CLA which will be the simplest and least expensive to repair? Thank you for taking the time to read through all this.
  9. 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?
  10. With the new APO-Summicron-SL 1: 2/35 ASPH Leica extends its lens line-up with a classic reportage focal length for Leica SL systems. According to Leica, the objective is to be the new reference among reportage lenses, among other things due to innovative production methods and newly used technologies. The lens has perfect compatibility with other L-Mount Alliance cameras. In addition to the particularly strong imaging performance, which should be excellent even with fully open aperture according to Leica, the design of the lens ensures compact dimensions and low weight. Leica emphasizes that during the development of the lens, special attention was paid to the avoidance of stray light and reflections. Thanks to high quality coatings, Leica has succeeded in reducing these to the lowest possible level. The APO-Summicron-SL / 35 ASPH can be used safely even in adverse weather conditions, as it has dust and splash protection. It will be available from April 2019. Our forum member jonoslack has a great practice report on the APO-Summicron-SL 1: 2/35 ASPH. written. In addition to the text, numerous photographs give a first impression of the potential of this lens. Technical data:
  11. Hi, I know that Lightroom is supporting the Q's crop mode in DNG, meaning it will automatically crop to 35mm or 50mm aspect with the ability to recover the 28mm frame. I know that Capture One unfortunately do not support the crop modes and will just display the full 28mm. I'd like to test the feature on other RAW converter before purchasing my Q. Would anyone be kind to send me a DNG file which has been taken in 35 or 50mm mode? Thanks a lot! Romain
  12. Mit einer Auflage von nur 1.500 Exemplaren der olivgrünen Leica M10-P „Safari“ bietet Leica Camera erneut eine Sonderedition an. Ebenfalls ist ein dazu passendes Leica Summicron M 1:2 / 50 erhältlich, das sogar auf lediglich 500 Einheiten begrenzt ist. Die Leistung sowie die technischen Eigenschaften dieses Sondermodells entsprechen denen einer regulären Leica M10-P. Das Sondermodell zeichnet sich durch die auffällige olivgrüne Farbgebung aus sowie durch einige Accessoires, die im Lieferumfang erhalten sind: Der Kunde erhält zusätzlich zu der Sonderedition ein Kameratragriemen sowie ein SD- und Kartenetui aus echtem Vollrindleder im edlen Farbton „Brandy“. Erhältlich ist die Leica M10-P Edition „Safari“ ab sofort mit einer UVP von 7.800 €. Das dazu passende Leica Summicron-M 1:2/50 Edition „Safari“ ist ab Mitte Februar verfügbar und kostet 2.500,- € (UVP). Pressetext und Fotos Leica Camera AG
  13. Für das Leica APO-Summicron-M 1:2/50 ASPH., dem Leica Summaron-M 1:56/28 sowie dem Leica Summilux-M 1:4/28 ASPH. stellt die Leica Camera AG drei neue Ausführungen vor. Diese Sondereditionen unterscheiden sich durch ein anderes Design. Die Leistung sowie die technische Ausstattung dieser Objektive ist mit den Exemplaren aus der Serienfertigung identisch. Bei dem auf 700 Einheiten beschränkte Standardobjektiv Leica APO-Summicron M 1:2/50 ASPH. handelt es sich um eine schwarz verchromte Ausführung. Das Design soll optisch an das Summicron 1:2/50 (II) von 1956 erinnern. Ab dem 21.02.2019 ist es verfügbar für eine unverbindliche Preisempfehlung von 9.100,- €. Das Leica Summaron-M 1:5.6/28 ist ein Objektiv aus der Klassik Linie. Diese Sonderedition ist in einer Auflage von insgesamt 500 Stück produziert. Die unverbindliche Preisempfehlung liegt bei 2.900,- € und ist ab dem 28.02.2019 erhältlich. Das Design, des mit zwei Zentimetern kompakteste Objektiv im M-System, lehnt sich an ein Schraubgewinde-Objektiv an, welches von 1955 bis 1963 produziert wurde. Ein besonders widerstandsfähiger Lack sowie die rote Gravur an der Blendenskala machen die deutlichsten Unterschiede zum Serienmodel aus. Das Summilux-M 1:1:4 ist anders als die beiden zuvor vorgestellten überwiegend schwarzen Objektive in einer silbern eloxierten Ausführung als Sonderedition erhältlich. Damit ist es prädestiniert für Besitzer einer silbernen Leica M-Kamera. Das Weitwinkelobjektiv ist wie das Summaron-M 1:5:6/28 ebenfalls ab dem 28.02.2019 für eine unverbindliche Preisempfehlung von 6.500,- € erhältlich. Limitiert ist die Auflage auf 300 Stück. Bilder und Pressetext: Leica Camera AG
  14. Has anyone heard of this issue and / or know the impact of this? I can't seem to find anything on it.
  15. Ist zwar keine Vollblut-Leica. Aber für den bevorstehenden Schnorchel- und Strand-Urlaub musste was wasserdichtes und robustes her. Um dann hier Bilder herzuzeigen, sollte sie unbedingt ein Leica Objektiv haben. Darum das ältere Modell Lumix DMC FT5. Baujahr 2014. Objektiv Leica DC Vario-Elmar 3,3-5,9/28-128mm mit 4,6-fach opt. Zoom Ist nur zufällig in Camouflage. So merkt man die Gebrauchsspuren nicht so schnell. War dafür ein nettes Bundle aus einer Kleinanzeige mit 2tem Akku und 2 64GB Speicherkarten. Falls jemand sowas überlegt. Erste Eindrücke. Die Kamera ist viel kleiner und leichter als gedacht, passt locker in eine Hemdtasche. In 1 Sekunde nach dem einschalten bereit. Die Menüführung ist nicht überladen. Trotzdem braucht man etwas Übung und Fingerspitzengefühl um die Tasten zu bedienen. Es gibt nur eine Handvoll Motivprogramme plus eine Manuelle Funktion. Mit der Bildqualität bin ich sehr zufrieden. Zoomen sollte man allerdings tunlichst vermeiden. Videoqualität ist auch recht gut (wahlweise AVCHD oder MP4). Durch das geringe Gewicht wackelt man allerdings. Also wo hinstellen oder ein kleines Stativ nehmen. Stereomikro. Videolicht. GPS ist an Board. Noch nicht getestet, soll laut anderer Tests bis auf 10 Meter genau passen. Höherer Stromverbrauch, eh klar! Via W-LAN und Panasonic Image App lässt sie sich fernsteuern und Bilder übertragen. Makrofunktion tadellos, Nahbereich bis ca. 4cm. Fallhöhe bis zu 2 Meter sollen ihr angeblich nichts antun, Tauchtiefe bis 13m.
  16. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    If you’re reading this ad, you’re no doubt familiar with Leica’s digital M cameras, including the M8.2, and understand why it's still sought after. This is an original M8.2 black paint version, not an upgrade, in excellent overall condition. Cosmetically, there is some minor brassing, with 2 tiny spots on the top plate edges, and around the edges of the bottom baseplate and power switch knurling, which is typical of the black paint Leica’s and just enough to add a bit of character and charm. The camera is fully functional, with a rear sapphire crystal LCD screen that remains clear and unscratched. The exposure count is approximately 32k. Included: - Leica M8.2 black paint body - Leica original boxes with documentation and front cap - Leica original strap - Leica original charger & battery EXTRAS: I am also including an extra Leica battery (replacement cost new $230) plus a Match Technical Thumbs Up grip (replacement cost new $200) plus a red soft shutter release button (replacement cost new $35) I’ve had this M8.2 since 2011 and have used it for my personal projects, for which it has been and continues to be an awesome image maker. I am in the process of consolidating my gear and move to an SL, and hence the sale. I will ship within Canada or USA. Buyer is responsible for shipping costs. Thanks for looking!

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  17. This advert is COMPLETED!

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    Not sure if I am the second or third owner, but the camera is well taken care and in good functioning shape.No coffee stain or visible scratches on the lcd. RF mechanism is accurate, and has firmware updated to latest available version.Included:1 used black Leica concave soft shutter button2 used oem Leica batteries (holding full charge)1 used oem leica charger2 used non-oem batteries1 used non-oem charger1 used unbranded L bracket with grip1 used black thumb up for M8/M9 (not yet in pic)PayPal included - $1300.00Buyer pays for shipping and insuranceIf you want sample shots or need more item pictures, please pm me - I can either send to your email or a google drive link via pmShutter reads now 19,675 - might end with a few more soon.Been debating about trading or selling for quite some time. Truth is, I don't use it enough and it's a shame, as either color, b&W or IR( look-a-like with filter) frames are just gorgeous - I even like the shutter sound, go figure.Will ship to anywhere, but buyer is responsible for additional cost and due diligence.with customs as needed (and beware of battery restrictions please)I will pack the item very carefully with plenty of bubble wrap, so all will be very secure and protected - expect a slight larger box, As much as possible, I will ship within 48 hours or faster, upon receiving payment. Unless there is bigger issues, like roads closed, etc.Feel free to ask any questions.Will consider reasonable offers I have feedack on EBay and Fred Miranda 'Bacalhau' Thanks for lookingPhillip PS:lens and hand strap shown are just for showcase purposes - not included note: answering question about raw format and key pad sequence - please follow link http://m8raw2dng.de UPDATE: Camera still available, bue to backout

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  18. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Biete hier ein gebrauchtes Leica Tri-Elmar-M 1:4/28-35-50mm Asph.an. Das Objektivgehäuse weist nur minimale Gebrauchsspuren auf (s. Fotos). Die Linsen sind ohne Kratzer oder sonstigen Beschädigungen. Die Blendenlamellen sind absolut einwandfrei und ohne Ölflecken oder sonstigen Beeinträchtigungen. Die mechanische und optische Funktion ist einwandfrei. Das Objektiv wird mit den orginalen Front- und Rückdeckeln geliefert. Habe mir das Objektiv seinerzeit für den Einsatz als Reiseobjektiv gebraucht gekauft, jedoch festgestellt, dass ich auch weiterhin verstärkt die lichtstarken Festbrennweiten benutze und verkaufe es nun wieder, da ich meinen Objektivbestand etwas reduzieren möchte. Da dies ein Privatverkauf ist, kann ich leider keine Garantie oder Gewährleistung geben!

    2,380.00 EUR

  19. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Up for sale is a used Leica Summilux 24mm F/1.4 as I do not use this focal length so often. I am the only owner and user of the lens. Despite the imperfections it is in perfect working order, as intended. Condition: There are small usage marks on the black paint on the barrel from regular use. Please refer to images. The metal lens hood is very slightly bent near the ventilation mark, see images. Under close inspection the glass have some very minor marks on what seems to be on the very surface of the lens, on the outer coating on the glass. The marks only appear when held on certain angles towards the light which meant that I had difficulty with photographing them to this post. I would like to stress out that under no circumstances do this appear on images, no matter the lighting conditions. Perfect user condition lens. The lens only comes with front and rear caps. The price is 3500 USD. Offers are welcome 50 USD for world wide air parcel. This item is sold from Greenland. I am not responsible for buyers country import taxes or custom regulation. This item is offered thru PayPal, which offer buyer protection.

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  20. Hi there, I am having a sensor issue I believe - not sure, so I figured i'd ask here. I have some images below, if you could please take a look - wondering if theres anyone else experiencing same issues. thanks
  21. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Selling my Leica Tri-Elmar-M 1:4/ 28-35-50 mm ASPH lens (MATE). This lens is the 49mm, v3 model. Glass and barrel are very clean. Aperture clicks nicely, and the focus is smooth. No oil on blades. The lens is 6 bit coded. Leica catalog number 11625, Serial Number 3896616. It was manufacturered in 2000 in a group of 500- Serial Nos. 2891851 thru 3892350- per Putz). Includes everything in the pictures: Lens Leica rear caps Generic front cap Leitz E49 UVa filter Leica Lens Hood (model No. 12450, 2ndversion) Repair cards from Leica NJ I recently sent the lens in to Leica to address a loose aperture ring. In their usual manner, they replaced a large number of pieces and recalibrated the lens, so that its appearance is now very close to new. The lens has not been used since I received it after the 4-1/2 month repair. Price includes insured UPS or Fedex shipping in the Continental US. Please request location out of the USA and I will get back with shipping costs. Please forward any questions. I have bought and sold many high-end items. Please check my feedback on FM Forms as tdtaylor.

    2,625.00 EUR

  22. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Zum Verkauf steht meine gebrauchte Leica CL, die nur wenige Wochen in Benutzung war. Die Zahl der Auslösungen dürfte bei um die 10.000 liegen.Optisch und technisch ist die Kamera im makellosem Zustand. Keine Kratzer oder Beschlag.In dieser Anzeige und somit im Preis enthalten:» Leica CL Prime Kit Bundle mit Elmarit-TL 1:2.8/18 ASPH. (Neupreis 2.995 Euro)» Original 19524 Leica CL Protector Ledercase (Neupreis 150 Euro)» Original 18771 Leica M-Adapter für L Bajonett (Neupreis 380 Euro)» Zwei zusätzliche Leica CL Akkus BP-DC 12-E (Neupreis 80 Euro/Stück)» Original Leica CL Kamera Zubehör (Gurt, Ladegerät etc.) » Garantie- und Prüfkarten etc. sind vollständig vorhandenDie Kamera wurde am 4. Juli 2018 bei CALUMETPHOTO gekauft. Somit ist die Garantie noch lang verfügbar. Die Original Kaufrechnung lege ich bei.Bei Kauf stelle ich eine Rechnung mit ausgewiesener Mehrwertsteuer aus (der hier aufgeführte Preis ist Netto, sprich OHNE MwSt.). Sie sollten also die Mehrwertsteuer abführen können. Verkauf ohne Garantie oder Rückgaberecht, da ich kein Händler bin sondern die Sachen als selbstständiger Fotograf verkaufe.Der Preis ist inklusive versichertem Versand.Brutto: 3.213 Euro Netto: 2.700 Euro Besichtigung/Test in Braunschweig möglich.

    2,700.00 EUR

  23. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Erwin’s classic hardcover book documents Leica’s history, cameras and lenses from the very beginning up to publication in 2012. A ‘must have’ for any serious Leica aficionado. Book is in excellent used condition. Like new, with very minor indentations on a couple corners (see photos) - it came that way when I bought it new. Rare chance to own this rare volume. Price includes shipping to US addresses. Other addresses, please inquire for shipping cost. Payment via PayPal or wire.

    169.00 EUR

  24. Hello All, I shot MOV videos with my M-P 240 and some of the files got corrupted. I absolutely *MUST* restore these files. I tried the commonly found free techniques (QuickTime, VLC). (Unsurprisingly), Most of the paid software restoration tools out there already claimed that they don't take Leica in charge as each brand and model have their own MOV file structure. I have spent time with their support team in live chats confirming this. Based on my files sizes (ranging 640 MB to 4 GB), I still have hope. Data definitely exists, but it's only a matter of finding the right restoration technique of compatible software. Anyone ran into a similar ordeal? I am devastated... Thank you so kindly in advance for your help! Charles
  25. Hello everyone, my review of the new Leica Super-Vario-Elmar-SL 16-35mm f/3.5-4.5 ASPH is finally published! I compared it with the Voigtlander 15mm at the wide end, and with the Leica Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-90mm at the long end. I hope you'll find it interesting, here it is: LEICA SUPER-VARIO-ELMAR-SL 16-35MM F/3.5-4.5 ASPH IN-DEPTH REVIEW Thank you for your time and for reading the article! Best regards, Vieri
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