What Leica bodies besides the M6 and presumably the M7 are TTL?
As far as I know, the only Leica M series camera bodies with TTL (for flash) are the M6 TTL and the M7. The plain old M6 is not a TTL camera for flash. If you are saying TTL (through the lens just for metering [not flash]) I believe the M6, M6 TTL, and the M7. The M5 and CL had meters, but I do not know if they metered through the lens. I presume the new digital M8 will be TTL for flash as well as meter reading. Will find out hopefully at Photo Plus coming up shortly.
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The M5, CL (CLE if you count it), M6, M7, MP, M8 all have TTL metering. Some have TTL flash metering: the M6 TTL (not the 'classic' M6), the CLE (if you count it), and the M7. The M8 has sort-of TTL flash metering via a pre-flash - it fires a short pre-flash without opening the shutter, and measures that.
This is in the rangefinder forum, so I guess that it is restricted to rangefinders.
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