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¥750,000 (exc tax¥681,818)
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Produced by Konica. Reproduction model of Hexanon 60mm f1.2 LTM. Manucactured in 1999. 800pcs limited edition. Leica screw mount. Coupling with rangefinder. 7 elements in 6 groups, different construction from it original Hexanon (8 elements in 6 groups). Comes with original box, instruction manual, price tag, finder, hood, and UV filter. Clean barrel...
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95% Mint

Manufactured by Wollensak ordered by E.Leitz Inc, New York, after WWII. Structures is the same with Elmar, 4 elements in 3 groups, Tessar type. Yet, aperture blades locate behide 2nd group. Produced during only 5 years. Comes with genuine hood with E.Leitz N.Y. name. Some scuffs are seen, yet still clean barrel. Slight cleaning marks fund on the front...
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93% B

From Schmidt, the import agency of Leitz in Japan. Collapsible lens hood for Summar, Summitar 50mm. Similar with Leitz SOOPD or SOOFM. Screw stopper type. RARE. Some aging and used signs are see, yet still in good shape without dents or warp.
Condition:
92% B

¥78,000 (exc tax¥70,909)
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Manufactured by Schneider. Wide angle lens. 6 elements in 4 groups. Feet scale. Leica LTM mount. Coupling with rangefinder. Comes with genuine front cap. Fully serviced in May 2022. Excellent working condition. Clean barrel with minimal signs of use. Cleaning marks and deterioration of coating found on front element. Some haze left on inner elements after...
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92% B

Taylor Hobson produced. Debuted in 1930, Speed Panchro series popular among cinema film studios in world wide at that time. 6 elements in 4 groups. Double gauss type. Non coated. Modified to Leica M mount. Coupling with rangefinder. The original lens head part are in very good condition without much used marks. The closest distance is 0.7m All the...
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93% B

Copy lens hood of Leitz XOONS. Made by Waltz, the Japanese photo equipment maker. Imitation but copied very well. Weighs 34g only. Lighter than XOONS, about 62g. No signs of use. In very good condition.
Condition:
95% Mint

Very Rare! Zoom finder by Astro Berlin. Made of aluminum. For 28/35/50/73/85/90/105/120/135/150mm. With diopter movement. Just came back from customer after careful use. Wecome back! Serviced and elements cleaned in 2015. Clear view.
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92% B

Tokyo Optical Co. manufactured in around 1953. Designed in 1938 by Ryoji Tomita. Front group is Sonnar type, Rear group is Gauss type. Very unique design. It weighs 319g. Rare item. Fully serviced in May 2022. Excellent working condition. Coupling with rangefinder. Clean barrel. Pale purple and orange coating. Small scratches on front element. Trace of...
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93% B

Made by OPL, France in 1958. French Marine Model. Leica Copy camera, yet it has own original structure. Lever winder, bayonet lens mount and coupling with rangefinder. Comes with genuine case and MARINE NATIONALE engraving. It is also rare! Sold to our customer after maintenance in 2019. Just came back to us after careful use. Some scuffs are seen on the...
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92% B

Kinoptik 50mm f2 for Cinema, modified to Leica LTM screw mount. Apochromat. Double gauss type, 6 elements in 4 groups. With coating. Made around 1960. It weighs only 147g. Very compact and light barrel. Fully serviced and modified to LTM in April 2022. Excellent working condition. Coupling with rangefinder from 1m to infinity. Original lens head is clean...
Condition:
95% Mint

Flashback Camera's original hood. Designed for Elmar 50mm f3.5 Fits A36 size. Specially installed with aperture setting function. Usable with A36 size Elmars from ealy model to red scale. All made in Japan. Set screw with FLASHBACK logo mark. A tiny paint peel found on front edge part of hood. Very clean condition.
Condition:
94% A

Carl Zeiss Jena. According to the book Zeiss and Photography, this lens shipped on Nov 26th, 1945 as genuine Zeiss-made Leica screw mount. With T coating. Coupled with rangefinder. Need attention to rear element protruding. Rare item. Fully serviced in 2021. Excellent working condition. Faint rust found on barrel. Very good appearance as Biogon. A few...
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93% B

Type M1. Angenieux 50mm f0.95 Manufactured in 1982. 8 elements in 6 groups. Modified to Leica M mount. Coupling with rangefinder. Good working condition. Coupling with rangefinder. Focal point comes behind rangefinder at middle distance. Within 2 meters, very accurately coupling. Slight scratches and small dent found on aperture ring. No effect on...
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93% B

LTM. Coupling with rangefinder. Debuted in 1998. 2000 pcs produced. The last lens for Leica camera designed by Minolta. 5 elements in 5 groups including 3 aspherical elements. Comes with genuine hood and hood cap. Good working condition. Coupling with rangefinder. No signs of use. Clean barrel. Elements cleaned in Apr 2022. No marks or no haze on...
Condition:
95% Mint

Military Kardon. CAMERA PH-629/UF. Made by Premier Instrument Co. Provided for US Signal Corps in 1951 and 1954. Designed for operating with gloves. Large-knob, extended release, etc. Made for withstand practical use in -55 to -65 degrees celsius. Clean Kardon. Sligt signs of use on top cover and bottom plate. Still in very good condition. Body and lens...
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92% B

Made by Reid & Sigrist, England. Reid III is a Leica IIIb copy camera. With sync. Called Reid IIIa or Type II. Appoximately 1200 pcs produced from 1953 to 1964. High quality Leica copy. Lens is Anastigmat 2 inch f2 manufactured by Taylor Hobson. LTM and rangefinder coupling. Soft picture at full open. Comes with genuine cap and display box. Good for...
Condition:
95% Mint