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Ilse Jurriën : September 15th 2006 - 16:00 CET

Leica universal wide-angle viewfinder M


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LeicaLeica universal wide-angle viewfinder M : Leica Camera AG, Solms is exhibiting the new Leica universal wide-angle viewfinder M at photokina in Cologne. The Leica universal wide-angle viewfinder M is a new accessory for the Leica ranging viewfinder system. The viewfinder permits an exact determination of the picture outline for Leica M Leica M lenses with focal lengths of 16, 18, 21, 24 and 28 mm and is thus the ideal companion to the new Leica Tri-Elmar-M 1:4/16-18-21 mm ASPH wide-angle lens. The Leica universal wide-angle viewfinder M can be used on the analog cameras Leica M7 and Leica MP and also on the digital Leica M8 with focal length extension facility. It is attached to the flash shoe of the respective camera.
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The parallax compensation ensures that the picture outline is correct at all focussing distances. The use of an aspherical lens and a chromatically corrected lens ensures high resolution, brilliance and particularly good immunity to stray light. The Leica universal wide-angle viewfinder M features a spirit level for exact alignment of the camera. An eyepiece compensation lens of -3 to +3 dioptres is also available as an optional accessory. The Leica universal wide-angle viewfinder M is available from October 2006 from Leica specialist dealers.

Leica universal viewfinder M - Specifications
• Viewfinder beam entry : Reverse Galileo telescope
• Beam entry to frame reflection : Keppler optics with spherical diverter mirror frame is reflected by the beam divider prism set into the viewfinder image
• Design : 1 aspherical lens, spherical hollow mirror, glass with non-uniform dispersion
• Frame : 16,18,21,24 & 28mm individually displayable
• Parallax compnesation : 0.5m to ∞ in 5 steps
• Viewfinder magnification : 0.28x
• Spirit level : Reflected vial with fluorescent coating
• Optimum pupil distance : 15mm
• Usable on cameras : All cameras with a standard flash shoe
• Casing : Aluminium black anodised, aluminium foot with clamping nut
• Dimensions (DxWxH) : 52mm x 70mm x 33/38mm (without/with foot)
• Weight : approx. 150g





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