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The Leica Ig, OCEGO, introduced in 1957 in the same time that the IIIg , at camera number 887001 and ceased at number 987525.

Basically a IIIg but without a build-in viewfinder or rangefinder. No delayed action as the camera was primarily intended for scientific or Visoflex use.

The camera top plate is supplied with two accessories shoes for attaching a separate viewfinder and range finder.

This model was the first to have the manufacturer name engraved on the camera front.

The shutter speed from 1 sec. to 1/30 are mounted on the camera front, B, 1/30 to 1/1000 on the top.

 

Illustrated here :

 

A 1957 issued model with collapsible Summicron 2/50 lens, SOOIC, UVa filter and ITOOY sun shade,

SBOOI reflecting viewfinder, last model 50mm engraved and black painted rear ring,

FOKOS chromium plated, range finder,

Leicameter 3 with booster cell and leather cases for both

ESOOG, leather ever ready case,

Catalogs from 1958, German and French printed, showing the Ig camera model.

 

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Olaf,

I wrote there are 2 brochures :

one in German, the one opened at the page, and the other in French.

 

yes, I didn't reed, I just looked

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