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Old 10-08-2019   #441
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I have two M3's, a M2, IIIc and a IIIF RD. R4 not a Rangefinder.
A couple of clones, Canon and Nicca.
Thinking about getting a M9, can you still get sensor replacement?
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Old 10-08-2019   #442
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Google the latest Leica message on this. As far as I recall, you'd need to be an original buyer providing a bill of sales, within the past 5 years. If so, this would give you the choice of, either the sensor replacement and overhaul, or an upgrade to a later model, at a cost.
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Old 10-08-2019   #443
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I have a Leica M3 DS that I bought 4-5 years ago after regretting selling my previous M3 DS, I vowed never to sell this, also probably my favorite camera of all time.

pondering the idea of getting another digital M as I just love the shooting experience of RF vs mirrorless camera. still undecided between the M9, M240 and M10.
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Old 10-08-2019   #444
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Interesting that you went from acquiring Ms to the Barnacks. Usually it is the other way around.
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A friend wanted to sell his black III with nickel Elmar. I played with it, listened to the slow speeds (sounded good), he showed me recent photos made with it, the rest is history...
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