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Hallo an alle Leica (Qualitäts)Nutzer,

 

Kann mir jemand sagen wo man die filtergewinde von den alten Leica objektive nachlesen kann oder kann mir jemand gleich hier antworten?

 

Mir würden die objektive interessieren:

 

Leica Hektor f=13,5 cm 1:4,5 Nr. 982599

 

Leica Elmar f=9 cm 1:4 Nr. 1082095

 

Leica Telyt f=20 cm 1:4,5 Nr. 1072779

 

Vielen dank im voraus

 

Robert Klotz

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Im Wiki hier leider nur unvollständig, aber schöne Bilder, sonst im Leica-Taschenbuch.

In den alten Katalogen steht oft nur das Codewort für den passenden Aufsteck-/Einschraubfilter.

Erst in einem Katalog von 1961 finde ich Filtermaße.

 

Jahrgang entsprechend der SerienNummer hier zu finden :

Summilux - Num

Demnach laut Leica-Taschenbuch 7. Auflage :

 

Leica Hektor f=13,5 cm 1:4,5 Nr. 982599 = 1952 = A36 später E39

 

Leica Elmar f=9 cm 1:4 Nr. 1082095 = 1953 = A36 später E39 (1951)

 

Leica Telyt f=20 cm 1:4,5 Nr. 1072779 = 1953 = E48

 

A ist wohl Aufsteckfilter, E für Einschraubfilter.

Ich hoffe es stimmt so.

Gruß,

Philipp

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