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1. Leica M7 Rangefinder 35mm Camera
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2. Leica M7 Rangefinder 35mm Camera

1. Leica M7 Rangefinder 35mm Camera w/ .58x Viewfinder, Black (Model 10501)
by Leica
Electronics
-- our price: $3,195.00
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Asin: B00006FRO9
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Leica's M7 35mm compact rangefinder camera has been historically renowned for its build quality and outstanding performance, as field-tested by the most demanding photojournalists and avant-garde artists. The lens is built with the Leica M design and has a focal length of 21 to 135mm. All manual operations continue to be present, but this newest update now sports electronic control and operation with an on/off switch that starts it all.Read more

Features

  • 35mm compact rangefinder camera
  • Electronic controls with on/off switch
  • Focal length of 21 to 135mm
  • Stepless automatic shutter control
  • .58x magnification viewfinder integrated with LED

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars classic
The Leica M7 is a superior intstrument in the realm of 35mm film cameras. The name alone stands for over 70 years of excellence.
5-0 out of 5 stars Leica M7 rangefinder camera optimized for wide angle lenses
This version of the Leica M7 has the same features as the standard M7 with 0.72x viewfinder, most notably aperture priority automation and TTL (Through The Lens) flash, but lacks the frame line for a 135mm lens. It is designed for those interested in using primarily wide angle lenses and for those who wear eye glasses. Unfortunately, the Leica M7, unlike the Leica MP, is virtually dead except for two shutter speeds when your batteries die out. And yet despite this inconvenience, the Leica M7 is the quietest, best handling Leica M rangefinder camera I've come across. Regrettably, the 0.58x viewfinder model is no longer in production, except via the expensive Leica A La Carte program, so if this version of the M7 appeals to you, buy it soon!
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2. Leica M7 Rangefinder 35mm Camera w/ .72x Viewfinder, Silver (Model 10504)
by Leica
Electronics
list price: $3,800.00 -- our price: $3,495.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006HGZL
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Editorial Review

Leica's M7 35mm compact rangefinder camera has been historically renowned for its build quality and outstanding performance, as field-tested by the most demanding photojournalists and avant-garde artists. The lens is built with the Leica M design and has a focal length of 21 to 135mm. All manual operations continue to be present, but this newest update now sports electronic control and operation with an on/off switch that starts it all.Read more

Features

  • 35mm compact rangefinder camera
  • Electronic controls with on/off switch
  • Focal length of 21 to 135mm
  • Stepless automatic shutter control
  • .72x magnification viewfinder integrated with LED

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Leica's Rangefinder Camera for the 21st Century
The Leica M7 is truly one camera that is long overdue. Without a doubt, it is the finest - and most expensive - rangefinder camera currently in production. Much of what the Leica M7 offers is not revolutionary, but rather, a natural, evolutionary progression spanning nearly five decades since the introduction of the M3, Leica's first bayonet-mounted rangefinder camera. The shutter remains essentially the same as the one found on the M6, but it is far more accurate than its immediate predecessor; it is still a silk curtain shutter, but one that is now electronically controlled, guaranteeing accurate exposures every time. Surprisingly, it is now also quieter than the shutter for the Leica M6. Those familiar with Leicas, especially the M4 and M6, will find the M7 easy to use. However, you may have to carry additional batteries since this camera won't work without them, with the notable exception of two shutter speeds. Otherwise, I regret that this fine camera is truly too expensive for most photographers. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. range finder; range-finder; m-7; m 7;   


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