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I had my lenses adapted to the M9 (e.g. distance / focus of each lens was syncronised to this particular M9) now I am going to buy a M240, I am wondering if the distance / focus will be correct to the M240 too

Does anyone have appropriate experince ?

 

Thank you very much for your reply

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Leica doesn't adapt lenses to a specific camera, they just make sure that both the camera's rangefinder and the lens are both within the tolerances required. Assuming this is the case with your lenses, they should work fine on the M as well as the M9

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I hear very few if any complaints about the calibration of the M 240. If your lenses are adjusted properly you should have no problem.

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Hi Simon

thank you very much for your reply. I have visited your website, very nice the picture from Venice San Giorgio

regards

Peter

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