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December 2, 2017

Painting or 'repainting' as it has become known, is a way improving the look of your Leica camera. In some cases, the condition of a chrome camera can become dull, worn and generally tired looking. There may be dents and dings that could be fixed but this is impossible...

September 7, 2017

In order to achieve accurate focussing with your Leica M2/M3, you need to ensure that your rangefinder is properly calibrated. Adjusting the rangefinder to properly focus onto a distant object is only one part of the equation. The linearity of the rangefinder also need...

May 2, 2017

Will it slow me down?

So, you decided to buy the legendary Leica M3 and after reading review after review, you decided what you really need is a late model M3 single stroke (SS), with a serial number above 1 million - right? Thing is, prices are on the up for such camer...

April 14, 2017

From the land down under, this Leica came arrived in need of an overhaul and a repaint. While our most popular colour is black, we are sometimes asked to provide alternative finishes and colours.

Grey was a good choice for this early button-rewind M2 and sometimes leavi...

April 13, 2017

We recently received a Leica IIIc, one of the early and most sought after 'stepper' cameras. They stepper part of the name is because of the raised area just below the rewind lever, which was removed from later cameras. This camera was originally chrome plated but bein...

April 11, 2017

Why vulcanite can harm your Leica...

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