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Hi, everyone!

 

Please make me sure, that I'm correct, if I have these thoughts about this lens:

- Changeable, but non-standardized (not interchangeable):

 

     - no "0" on the mount anywhere (as I know this is not a prove)

     - close focus to 0,5, that I can't use with my modded Leica II (I->II standardized), because it's uncoupled - below one meter the finder "jumps"

     - it has three digits serial number, as I know the last three digits from the body's serial, that ensures, that it can be used only with the body it was built for. (if it's true, 2307 pieces were made of this kind of Elmar 35mm)

I gathered these information, and want to be sure, if they are correct. S o please help me, if you can!

And one other question! If these things are true - is there any chance to find the body? 

 

Best regards!
Jeremy

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Thnaks for advise, hope it works now!

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Hi, everyone!

And one other question! If these things are true - is there any chance to find the body? 

 

Best regards!

Jeremy

I think it is like to find a needle in a haystack

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