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Leica III

Manufactured in 1933, this nice black and nickel camera is an example of the first Leica model fitted with slow speeds ( controlled by the dial on the front). This one is fitted with a post-war Summitar F/2 lens and has an aftermarket shutter release button and a chrome speed dial which has a cam to operate an external flash synch.

Leica III

Leica III

Here you can see the whole outfit which includes an Elmar 35mm f/3.5 lens, a folding "rat-trap" type after-market lens hood for the Summitar, a Nooky/Hesum close-up adaptor, a frame-finder, a Vidom black and nickel finder and a Ross Xtralux 90mm f/3.5 lens.

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