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Old 04-28-2010   #81
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Youxin Ye received my M3/DR 'cron on Friday last 4/23, did the CLA on both and replaced the sync connection and rewired it. I received the camera back here in California today Wednesday 4/28, and the camera is buttery smooth and quiet. Looks and feels great. I shot a roll to check it out, and it's in the dryer now. If there are any glitches, I'll be VERY surprised. This is my first time with Youxin, and I'm amazed at how quickly he returned the camera to me, and at how well he kept in touch with me throughout.
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Old 05-05-2010   #82
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Anyone know a repairman in the Southwest of England? Devon/Cornwall, I need to send my Summicron for service and I try to avoid traveling all the way to London
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Old 05-15-2010   #83
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Have any one heard from Sherry Krauter lately, I have been trying to get in touch with her for the last 2 months and no answer to my Emails she has my Leica IIIg for over a year and no news yet.

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Old 05-22-2010   #84
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Have any one heard from Sherry Krauter lately, I have been trying to get in touch with her for the last 2 months and no answer to my Emails she has my Leica IIIg for over a year and no news yet.
I have read that she really doesn't do email and that you need to call her. Have you tried the phone?
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I took my newly purchased M3 and Summicron for CLA and to fix a stuck shutter to Essex in NJ on Tuesday. I asked them if they can expedite. Mr.Moon just called me to tell me they're done and that they'll be shipping it out this afternoon (Thursday). $250 for both camera and lens. From what I've read on here, they do a good job - I'll report on my findings once I receive it (hopefully tomorrow afternoon).

Question: is it really usually this fast? And is $250 reasonable for the work?

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Old 09-21-2010   #86
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one great technician from turkey. Nazmi KILICEL. he is probably one of the best technician in Europe.

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Old 12-30-2010   #88
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Just got my M6 fixed by him. RF alignment and drop damage fixed in 2 days! at a very competitive price at that! +1 from me indeed!


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Old 01-10-2011   #89
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Another recommendation for Sherry Krauter here. I needed my M5's rangefinder adjusted, so I emailed her for an estimate. I also mentioned that my meter seemed to be about one stop off, but said that it wasn't a big deal, mostly wanted the rangefinder calibrated. She quoted $125 for the adjustment, I sent it off.

Got the camera back today (faster than 3 weeks she had quoted), and...wow. She went way above and beyond what I had expected. Adjusted the rangefinder, re-calibrated my meter to 1.35v, installed new battery, adjusted the speeds, and straightened out my dented strap lug. I'm very impressed.
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In praise of Youxin Ye

Sent out an M3 and a Summarit 5cm f1.5 for a CLA and a recovering of the camera body to Youxin Ye on last Tuesday. Received back only 6 days later. Incredible. Fast, beautiful job and very reasonable price. Thank you Youxin Ye.
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Old 02-11-2011   #91
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Another praise for Gerry Smith at Kindermann, Canada.
The camera and lens came back as good as new.
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Old 02-22-2011   #92
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Any good Leica technicians in Spain? Specifically around Valencia?

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I have just read about one (a bit late maybe, buy anyway) retired Leica technician:
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Old 03-06-2011   #93
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I have sent cameras to both Sheri Krauter and DAG - DAG was more responsive and pleasant, but both did superb work. The last time I sent something to DAG was two weeks before I was to take an unexpected trip to Bavaria for a quick negotiation. I asked DAG if he could overhaul my weary IIIf in time - he did it with a day to spare, normal cost. A terrific guy.
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Old 03-18-2011   #94
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In France, I have been using Photo Suffren, in Paris, both for lenses and Leica III services. Each time, it took about a month to get the job done.
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Old 03-22-2011   #95
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Just received my M2 back from Sherry Krauter . Great email communication fair estimate and turn around . My viewfinder in the M2 is now brighter then the M6 ttl . Wow great work .
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Old 04-18-2011   #96
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I've just receive my CLA'd M2 in 10 days.
Awesome work, soft as butter levers, clean viewfinder, and they beaten out a dent and put the dial sticker.

I'm very happy with they work.
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Old 04-19-2011   #97
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For those near Burlington, Vermont, LeZot Photo is great:

LeZot Photo
34 Church Street
Burlington, VT 05401

http://www.lezotcamera.com/

They repaired a water-damaged Leica M3 (from another seller), gave me great advice on darkroom equipment, and the staff in general seemed knowledgable and helpful. (I'm no pro, so maybe I just got taken, but it's one data point.)

The shop is one of those funky, second-floor places, jammed with all sorts of vintage used cameras... including a broken Nikon SLR they had painted (dipped, actually) in bright, neon green that LeZot was selling for $35,000 as a "rare, limited edition" (in theory, I assume, that if you would fork over $35k for that camera, you deserved to be parted from your money).
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Old 07-01-2011   #98
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I just got my M6 TTL and dual range summicron back from DAG and the lens looks clearer than my eye!

I highly recommend DAG. Don fixed my framelines, which were inoperable, tuned her up and now I can feel how much "slicker" everything moves. Best of all the turnaround time was fast.

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Old 07-01-2011   #99
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Quick question/observation.

These guys who are doing Leica servicing must be fast advancing in years. Are there new upcoming ones? Does Leica have some sort of educational programme that allows new people to apprentice on how to fix their cameras?
Will van Manen in Holland has Cathy Kuiper. I believe she is quite a bit younger than him, and that she will be taking over when he doesn´t feel like going to work every day anymore.
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Old 07-14-2011   #100
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Anyone knows of a trusted repairman in Italy?

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Old 08-12-2011   #101
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Don Goldberg does excellent work but he told me he could do my Canon 50/0.95 in two months and it took six. He did it at the price he quoted but it wasn't cheap. I understand he's busy but I really needed a fairly accurate estimate.

Sherry Krauter will not touch a digital M although I've been told she does great work on what she does work on.

Leica NJ isn't cheap as you might expect but they mostly do good work and in the time that they quote.
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Old 10-05-2011   #102
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Is there someone in Vancouver who will do an alignment check on my M4-P?

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Re-coating in Canada?

Looking for someone to CLA & re-coating a Summarit in Canada.
Just seeing if I can avoid Canada Customs.........
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Old 12-03-2011   #104
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How about Taiwan? Any specialist there?
Master Li, or in Mandarin "Li Shi Fu", he is in Taipei and very well known for Leica, Hasselblad CLA and repair!
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Old 12-18-2011   #105
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Old 12-21-2011   #106
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Another recommendation for Youxin Ye. I sent him my M3 in need of a CLA and a curtain break replacement...I got it back today having sent it to him 8 days ago (it was in the FedEx/USPS system for 5 of the 8 days it was out of my possession). He communicated with me via email with every update. For CLAs or other simple procedures I don't understand why people send their cameras to DAG for 6-8 months with zero communication.
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Old 12-21-2011   #107
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I've always had great experiences with DAG, I sent him a Leica M3 which was my grandmother's and hadn't been used in many years, and came back working better than new, he has always taken care of minor issues on this camera like vulcanite flaking and shutter for free even 2-3 years after the service. He has also replaced the viewfinder of an M6 TTl with the MP style and replaced the advance lever with the m3 style, there was a slight vertical misalignment of the viewfinder which he fixed without complaning until he got it right it took 2 tries. He also serviced 2 collapsible summicrons and a v4 summicron for me which had a sliight wobble in the aperture ring, they all came back looking like new.

He is very busy and waits are long because he does excellent work and backs it up. He was factory trained at Leica, I don't doubt that he is capable of making mistakes, but if I spend 2,000 dollars on a lens it is only going to him.

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Old 12-21-2011   #108
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In Berlin, Germany:

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Phone +49 30 2913626 (German recommended!!)
www.kameraservice-ostkreuz.de

They did a very good viewfinder-repair-cum-CLA on an M5 for a good price for me and a couple of good other repair jobs on various classic cameras and lenses for friends.
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I dealt with Sherry Krauter earlier this year. I sent her a M3 double-stroke for an overhaul. She did not provide an accurate quote beyond the 'boiler plate' email she sends out regularly.

Granted, I should have explicitly asked for a quote before she started the work, but honestly I found her business methods a little lacking. She never responded to emails, and I had no idea whether or not my M3 reached her through USPS or not -- no confirmation of 'yes, I received it' or anything.

I phoned her (as other people have suggested doing) and between mouthfuls of food she off-handedly said said 'yes I have your camera' and 'it will be done in a few weeks'. That was it.

So after that, several weeks went by. I heard nothing. Then I received an email saying the camera was ready, and I needed to settle up. The final bill was quite expensive -- but yes, the camera needed a lot of work. Unfortunately, the CLA cost double what I had expected it to cost, but Sherry said it was in bad shape and needed serious attention. To her credit, it definitely feels like a slick machine now. In summary, Sherry does good work but honestly she's a little quirky.

Now to compare and contrast: In the Summer of 2011 I sent my M6 classic to Youxin Ye for a basic CLA ... his communication was top-notch right from the beginning. Always prompt at replying to emails, and very clear about prices and work.

The CLA on the M6 was done in a blazing amount of time, and before I knew it, I had the camera back home after only a couple weeks (I live in Canada so the shipping took a bit longer than US customers). I was very impressed!

My only gripe was that he left a couple of oily fingerprints on the black top plate of the camera, but that's just a minor oversight. He worked on my camera, communicated with me promptly, and charged a very fair price for his work. I love my M6 now more than ever.
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Youxin Ye is outstanding and he's done a lot of Leicas for me. I have four more Leicas that are due to go to him. In sending him many LTM Leicas, I've had one I wasn't happy with and it was purely a question of feel on shutter release feel. I asks whim to change it more to my preference and it was dead on.

He is outstanding on CLA and at shutter replacement. If the Vulcanite is gone or troubled, he does a lovely job or very moderate bucks. There are things he doesn't do and there are times, he offers you the choice of buying a part from him or elsewhere -- and offer suggestions to start. He's an honest man that I trust.

He doesn't do strap eyelets and will tell you so. He's a rare pleasure to deal with.

In a different vein, but equally positive, I've done business with DAG occasionally and he's a prince of the business. He's the source for some parts to several Leica specialists, including Youxin Ye. I don't deal with Youxin Ye as a middleman, but directly with DAG which says something about both in a positive sense.

I see other names here. I don't have any reason to question any of them. This reaches as far as I can see and experience. But YY is as reasonable as it gets on Leica Mechanical. Unless he's changed, he doesn't do non-Mechanical Leical.
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In Denmark, the owner of Lybaeck Foto claims to have the only Leica repair guy in the country. He is also a serious and knowledgeable collector of vintage Leica gear. He recently had the aperture ring on my Summicron fixed. It cost appx. €120, but here in Denmark, things are outrageously expensive anyway, so it's fair enough. Just knowing that my gear won't be in international mail, I'm happy.
And the repair guy did a very good job on resetting the focus during reassembly. It's absolutely spot on now. Sharper than it ever was.
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Red Dot Cameras in London serviced and repaired my M2 with broken film transfer for just £40 more than the CLA, £192 total inc VAT and turned around in just 3 weeks!

They also replaced, without being asked to, the transfer lever and shutter "dish" with ones that weren't scratched and brassed like the originals. Very impressed.
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@damonsong, how to contact master li?
any phone/email/website/address?

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Old 07-03-2012   #114
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ITALY- ROME: Camponeschi fotoriparazioni. It worked good for my M2. Now I'm trying to have my hazy summicron restored. I'll let you know.
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I am a supporter of Will van Manen (www.kamera-service.info). Both him and Cathy are very friendly, their work is fantastic and the turnaround time is great too! I am a very happy customer!
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I dealt with Sherry Krauter earlier this year. I sent her a M3 double-stroke for an overhaul. She did not provide an accurate quote beyond the 'boiler plate' email she sends out regularly.

Granted, I should have explicitly asked for a quote before she started the work, but honestly I found her business methods a little lacking. She never responded to emails, and I had no idea whether or not my M3 reached her through USPS or not -- no confirmation of 'yes, I received it' or anything.

I phoned her (as other people have suggested doing) and between mouthfuls of food she off-handedly said said 'yes I have your camera' and 'it will be done in a few weeks'. That was it.

So after that, several weeks went by. I heard nothing. Then I received an email saying the camera was ready, and I needed to settle up. The final bill was quite expensive -- but yes, the camera needed a lot of work. Unfortunately, the CLA cost double what I had expected it to cost, but Sherry said it was in bad shape and needed serious attention. To her credit, it definitely feels like a slick machine now. In summary, Sherry does good work but honestly she's a little quirky.
I just had the same experience with Sherry. And, when I emailed her a few weeks after sending her a lens from Australia and merely asked if she received it, (an entirely valid request after such a journey) she actually wrote back and told me not to be so impatient!

The lens feels great though.

And Youxin, well, cheap/good/fast, pick any two. My M3 has never been the same since.
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I dealt with Sherry Krauter earlier this year. I sent her a M3 double-stroke for an overhaul. She did not provide an accurate quote beyond the 'boiler plate' email she sends out regularly.

Granted, I should have explicitly asked for a quote before she started the work, but honestly I found her business methods a little lacking. She never responded to emails, and I had no idea whether or not my M3 reached her through USPS or not -- no confirmation of 'yes, I received it' or anything.

I phoned her (as other people have suggested doing) and between mouthfuls of food she off-handedly said said 'yes I have your camera' and 'it will be done in a few weeks'. That was it.

So after that, several weeks went by. I heard nothing. Then I received an email saying the camera was ready, and I needed to settle up. The final bill was quite expensive -- but yes, the camera needed a lot of work. Unfortunately, the CLA cost double what I had expected it to cost, but Sherry said it was in bad shape and needed serious attention. To her credit, it definitely feels like a slick machine now. In summary, Sherry does good work but honestly she's a little quirky.

Now to compare and contrast: In the Summer of 2011 I sent my M6 classic to Youxin Ye for a basic CLA ... his communication was top-notch right from the beginning. Always prompt at replying to emails, and very clear about prices and work.

The CLA on the M6 was done in a blazing amount of time, and before I knew it, I had the camera back home after only a couple weeks (I live in Canada so the shipping took a bit longer than US customers). I was very impressed!

My only gripe was that he left a couple of oily fingerprints on the black top plate of the camera, but that's just a minor oversight. He worked on my camera, communicated with me promptly, and charged a very fair price for his work. I love my M6 now more than ever.
I have had a very very similar experience with Sherry. Also, plus one for Youxin Ye..... he will stand behind his work way beyond any kind of normal warranty and god is he fast!!!!!
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