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Hi everyone As someone who has recently discovered Leica, I have looked around for price indications for bodies and lenses and so came across Antique and Classic Camera Home Page. Since I'm interested in a Summilux pre-Asph, I have also checked Ebay. It seems to me that on the US Ebay site the prices for a Summilux are quite a bit higher than what Antique Cameras suggest. Are their price indications a bit outdated or are prices increasing? cheers Philip
This is a candid from a commercial shoot where I was on set as an assistant to the regional manager, a.k.a. 'that guy hanging over the director's shoulder taking pictures.' Leica M9 + 1962 50mm f/1.4 Summilux f/2.0, 1/4000th, ISO 160 Thanks for looking! c+c welcome.
Hello all: I recently acquired an M3 with a Summilux 50mm/f1.4 lens with virtually pristine glass. The serial number database at www.summilux.net/numeros dates it back to 1959. To keep the glass in this pristine state, I am looking for a lens shade and front cap, as well as a polarizing filter for it. The front thread is 43mm. The outside diameter seems to be about 44.5mm and has a groove in front that seems to be designed to accept a clip-on (reversible?) hood (and cap?), just like my Summicron-M 50mm (III-Canada). Do you know the 5-letter code and/or 5-digit code of the Leitz hood/cap and/or swin-out polarizer. Have you seen any for sale? I have put a roll through the M3 with the Summilux, and the results look promising. Now that the lens came back after a cleaning, it just sparkles and I really want the shade/cap to keep that glass pristine. And the polarizer would be nice. Thanks for your help. Guy