Non-Leica Lenses in Leica Screw Mount Guide

Discussion in 'Rangefinder Forum' started by luvcameras, Mar 28, 2005.

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    Where are the Soviets in these listings? Soviet manufacturers like FED and KMZ are probably holding the record for producing the most LTM39 lenses in the world - some types sold with the cameras like Jupiter8 and the Industar line were produced with numbers in the high millions, I doubt Cosina, Nikon or Canon can cope with that... not to speak of Leitz... ;-)
     
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    why dont YOU put one together ?

    Chow

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    its ciao not chow
     
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    no kidding...but I use "chow" as in, dog chow !
     
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    The Cameraquest site has a lot of camera info, especially about rangefinder cameras. Below is a link to a lot of info about LTM lenses including the Canon and Russian in addition to the VC and others.

    http://www.cameraquest.com/ltmlens.htm
     
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    How about "Nice page man! That looks great."? I'm thinking about getting some of these lenses and it's always helpful to have a good summary page around, whether it's complete or not.

    pb