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Hi everyone! I am new to this forum and wanted to say hey and ask for some help. I found this screw mount at a flea market in Moscow last summer and would like to know if this is a Leica ii or iii. The serial number is 114598 and it has a 50mm Elmar f/3.5 lens. I am shooting Russian B&W Siberra Pan film. My first two rolls of film were developed but blank so I probably didn't load it correctly. My third roll came out OK but the I was just taking random test shots just to check the camera. After all it was a flea market find and I really wasn't taking time to focus but a few shots did come out quite sharp.

More recently I purchased a M6ttl .85 had have taken a few shots in the front yard but all of the local camera stores are closed due to COVID-19 s I have nowhere yet to have the film processed. I have typically shot beauty & glamour and fashion with digital and am now exploring street which I've shot with a Fujifilm X100F. Well that's my story ...


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Hey all,

I'm new to the forum. I've had its results come up quite a few times in Google search results, and I decided it was time to register and join, since there's some quality content here. I'll probably just be lurking for now and absorbing information. I've already found some good reading material on a few threads.

My Leica of choice is an M6. Sadly, it'll be seeing infrequent use for the future, at least until the time of social distancing and quarantine passes.

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