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    • By MrSWphoto
      Hi, I was sent here by Adam Miller,
      Attached are some photos of a Leica that I am struggling to Identify. Even with searching numbers.
      the number on the top of the camera is "Nr. 117679" and on the Lens is "Nr. 1394403" (lens I believe is mid 1950s)
      The Item came as part of a house clearance and was saved from going in a skip.
      Any help with getting a year or model for the camera body would be very much appreciated. Thanks

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    • By BFMount
      I took a very underexposed shot and tried raising the exposure 3.4 stops, and I expect noise, but what are these horizontal lines? Is it normal? This was taken with my 'new' used LeicaQ. Is this expected? I've never seen this before, and I've definitely shot underexposed before. Should I return this camera? Is it defective? Thank you!

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    • By shoots
      SOS HELP!!!
      I dropped my Leica M4 and according to the NYC Camera Doctor repair team, the prism that creates the ghost image in the rangefinder is dislocated and needs to be replaced. They suggested that I send it directly into Leica for repairs, becuase the rangefinder is a complicated mechanism they wern't equipt to fix. They also let me know that Leica, located in New Jersey, dosen't do specific repairs and will want to do a full tune-up. Money is a concern, and I'm not prepared to pay $1000-ish if I can at all avoid it. I just want my range-finder to be functional.
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    • By Street
      I have been editing some images from a recent trip and discovered that my raw files seem weirdly damaged  but the Jpegs seem fine.
         I have attached screen shots of the same image files both dng and jpeg. They are  from different SD cards which haven't been formatted since i downloaded them. I also copied them straight over from a relatively new card reader and not through any software
        It has occurred on a lot of files but not all of them, or maybe its not as noticeable on some files.   The images are taken on different ISO's from 100 - 2000 and also in both low light and daylight, i haven't added the daylight examples as its not as noticeable so just adding the better examples.   I'm using photomechanic to view them and these are just a portion of the image    are these recoverable / ruined..?    does anyone know what has happened..?    

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    • By aliwton
      I am experiencing an unfortunate problem with my APO-Summicron 90mm. After a brief portrait session at the office, I left the lens at the camera, over a desk. I almost always use it wide open and occasionally at f/5.6, but this time I went for f/16. When I returned to put it back to the leather case I noticed that the aperture ring was totally loose. It’s now spinning 360 degrees and the aperture blades don’t move at all. I always felt that the ring was too soft for my taste. I’d prefer it to be stiffer. But I never felt that there was a problem. In fact, the lens is still in very good shape and it never gets any rough using. 
       
      I live in Brazil and I was just planning to take it for a trip do Portugal in about 45 days. I keep my equipment under an insurance that covers for damage. But if this is something relatively easy/cheap/quick to repair, I would prefer not to call the insurance company. Did any of you guys experienced something like this? Any help will be much appreciated.
       
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