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Vlad Posted - Feb 11 2008 : 12:18:05 PM
Luiz, I love your illustrations, thank you for this post, but I need some clarification I guess...

These annotations you drew, are these what Leica has or FSU has? Not really clear on that.. also do they really call it "Lavatory seat"? LOL

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Vlad Posted - Feb 14 2008 : 4:05:33 PM
So according to this you are trying to prove that Steve's camera is a real Leica? I'm sorry I'm a bit slow
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Feb 14 2008 : 2:02:00 PM
-"Lavatory seat" -
is the common jargon given to the base where turns the high speed shutter button.
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Feb 14 2008 : 1:58:17 PM
Those are the differences found on Leica cameras. This illustrated camera is a real Leica IIIa model These cameras were built only in chrome model (Model III-top speed 1/500- have black and Nickel or Chrome models)

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