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    I wonder if the seller didn't make a typo? The nameplate is the normal one for a 3,5 B, and this model had serial numbers up in the 1 700 000's. If it's a typo, then it's a normal 3,5 B with the strap lugs changed for the newer type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPD View Post
    I wonder if the seller didn't make a typo? The nameplate is the normal one for a 3,5 B, and this model had serial numbers up in the 1 700 000's. If it's a typo, then it's a normal 3,5 B with the strap lugs changed for the newer type.
    It was my first guess, but I'm really unsure.

    Anyway, I think I'll never know as I spent the money on a 15mm for the Leica instead of a second Rolleiflex!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurent View Post
    It was my first guess, but I'm really unsure.

    Anyway, I think I'll never know as I spent the money on a 15mm for the Leica instead of a second Rolleiflex!
    Good choice: spending it on more glass instead of on an other black box you already have!
    BTW: did you get a Voigtlander 15 mm? I did and it never left my Leica M4-2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post
    Good choice: spending it on more glass instead of on an other black box you already have!
    BTW: did you get a Voigtlander 15 mm? I did and it never left my Leica M4-2.
    Yes, this is what I got (version 2, with filter attachment and RF coupling)

    I also got two ND filters to go with it, can't wait to shoot it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurent View Post
    Yes, this is what I got (version 2, with filter attachment and RF coupling)

    I also got two ND filters to go with it, can't wait to shoot it!
    Show us the images, show us the images !!
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    Have fun with your new lens!

    I wouldn't have bought that Rolleiflex either, since I want them to be all original. But if I didn't care about that and I just wanted a "user" I would have wanted more information about the specific camera, better pictures, and preferably testing it before buying. I'm a collector as well as user, so I stay away from "frankenrolleis".
    J. Patric Dahlén

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