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Looks like there is a spare 60 in the mix. Shall I provide my address?
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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #7602
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Recently got an M6 TTL. Will post pictures soon
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Ready for Burma.
Awesome !!!!

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I've wanted to update this family portrait for awhile. Just a little Barnack DNA in there...



Due to lack of space, I didn't include my Leitz slide projectors. And, yes, OTVXO is on my shopping list.
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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #7606
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Now that is quite the collection Rico! Nice family portrait!
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A "mixed" family, LOL..



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Wonderful collection Gregm61
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I'm liking this odd couple.
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Fully loaded. Scored M Leicavit in black chrome which was surprisingly hard to track down for a reasonable price.
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Rainy day in Los Angeles, but took some time to get out and shoot for a bit. Got a little wet in the process....

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Fully loaded. Scored M Leicavit in black chrome which was surprisingly hard to track down for a reasonable price.
Aaah Sug, thats nice! I am on the perpetual hunt for a mint black chrome Leicavit for my M7 for some time now. Somehow the black chrome Leicavit units seem rare …
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Aaah Sug, thats nice! I am on the perpetual hunt for a mint black chrome Leicavit for my M7 for some time now. Somehow the black chrome Leicavit units seem rare …
Dirk,

Yeah, it seems the black chrome one is the rarest in the market. I think this generation of Leicavit was mainly targeted for 2003 MP owners although M7 and newly discontinued (at that time) M6 TTL were both compatible with it (I think). Since MP was the main target model, BP and silver chrome ones were either made more or just purchased more so today you can find them in used market for a better price.

I scored a mint minus to excellent one from a UK ebay seller. I guess the exchange rate was on my side, and I snatched it up right after he listed it. Keep an eye out!
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Leicavit's do sometimes come in handy :-)

My lightweight all day walk about kit : M-A + Leicavit + 50/2.8 , M6 + 28/2.8
In a Waterfield Vitesse Cycling Musette bag - minimalist canvas with no padding



( The black chrome Leicavit was bought new - but imported from Europe at a 20% discount over US prices )
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