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Hallo liebe X1/X2-Anwender,

 

ich transportiere die X2 gern in der originalen Ledertasche 18755.

 

Ein wenig nervt mich das ständige Abnehmen und Aufsetzten des Objektivdeckels. Alternativ bietet Leica ja einen andere automatisch öffnenden Deckel an. Ich interessiere mich eher für das günstigere JJC-Modell (20,- statt 80,- EUR).

 

Meine Frage:

 

Passt die Kamera mit diesem Deckel noch in die Ledertasche?

 

Vielen Dank!

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Hallo,

 

den Automatikdeckel von Leica gibt es nur für die Leica D-lux 109 und dieser kostet 49 EUR.

 

Obwohl die Scharniere bei dem chinesischen JJC aussen liegen, sollte die Leica X2 damit noch in die Ledertasche passen.

 

Gruss Moritz

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Hallo Jens,

 

Dein Deckel passt nur an der Leica D-Lux 109 und nicht an die Leica X2 des TO.

 

Gruss Moritz

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