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By Roger Vorbeck
I currently have a Leica M2 and now I've been looking into the M5. I stumbled upon one for sale in my country, but I noticed in its photos that this particular camera has a strange metal part/piece in the front of the camera, right bellow the shutter speed selector.
I asked the seller about it but he said he bought it like that and has no clue about what it is, he said he thinks it may be a support of some sort.
I really don't know, but maybe it is something adapted there to prevent the user to change the shutter speed by accident? Just wondering about it.
Apart from that, the camera is said to be working completlely fine.
Has anyone ever seen something like this?
Any guesses are welcome.
Thanks in advance!
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I searched the forums first, I promise 😅 but I can't find any long strap recommendations. I'm a tall guy and like to wear my Q over the shoulder/across the chest down by the hip (if that makes sense). What I'm looking for is anything that's longer than 130cm or 53" so that I can even have the camera like that when wearing a thick jacket.
The only ones I can find are the PD leash and Slide Lite - are there any others that you can recommend?
Bought a new camera, shop for strap and wanted also get a new strap for Q2. I have Peak Design anchor on all my cameras so I have only one shared Slider strap. Nothing wrong with the Peak Design just wanted try something a bit more classic. So I bought a Vi Vante strap (was on sale), pretty good looking but it doesn’t fit with a Leica grip installed and even removing the grip the leather protector is kind of blocking my finger from pressing shutter (small hands, short fingers). I also bought their quick release clip and an donut shape scratch protector, didn’t help. What kind of strap you use and do you have any recommendation? Thanks.