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About Leica

The high-quality metal body of the finder is designed in the popular retro look of the fifties and sixties but it is milled from solid brass according to the latest technology and then given a silver chrome or black paint finish.

Leica Features

  • Remarkably brilliant , high contrast image with bright line frames for exact framing.
  • Parallax compensation markings for distances below 2 m (approximately 6 feet).
  • Additional markings for the slightly smaller image field of LEICA M8 models. Therefore it can be used for film photography (24 x 36 mm) as for digital photography (18 x 27 mm).
  • The entire optics have high-quality multi-layering coating to guarantee optimum viewing throught he finder in all conditions.
  • Classic design with very comapct dimensions
  • High-grade metal housing
  • Rubberized eyepiece to protect eyeglasses
  • 2 Year Warranty

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 2 customers

 
5.0

Excellent view finder with 90 degrees

By

from Daejeon, South Korea  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use this to show the frame of the picture on my M9 when using the 18mm Super Elmar. It has very little distortion and is very well constructed of metal and has a durable paint (Black). The name and focal length of lens to be used with is engraved and it exhudes quality.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Frames picture perfectly

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from Pittsburgh, PA  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Frames picture perfectly. User must obtain exposure info from range finder viewer. Can get complex if shooting quickly in different light conditions.

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Shopper  How well did it work? Were you happy with it?
JACK H  It's the best viewfinder available... I just don't think you really need frame lines with the 18mm lens. I tend to crop in photoshop since everything is in the frame with the 18mm. However, I'll admit, I'm using it for "grab shots" and hyper-focused. If you have the 18mm lens already, I'd recommend shooting with the 18mm without a viewfinder first and then deciding if you want to spend more. I also hate having the thing on top of my M9 but of course, I'm into small footprint and just bought an MS optical 35mm Perar.
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