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Leica ll, circa 1930's


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Jack, there were seven lenses: f:3.5/35mm, f:3.5/50mm, f:2.8/50mm,

f:1.9/73mm, f:4.0/90mm, f:6.3/105mm, f:4.5/135mm. All were Elmars

except the "high speed" Hektors. There were too many accessories to

mention, do you have anything particular in mind or are you just

fishing? The available film were 35mm movie film tails, which had to

be loaded into special cassettes, which I believe were different from

those for the Leica A. I think that preloaded casettes probably did

not come into general use until Kodak introduced them for the

Retina. HOVE has a copy of the 1933 Leica catalogue which is a year

after the Model II was introduced, and inculded the Model III.

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