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    FS: M8.2, Summicron 28/2, M-Hexanon 50/2, filter UV/IR 40.5mm

    For sale:

    - Leica M8.2 (black) digital rangefinder

    Camera is in perfect operational condition. 11k shutter actuations, no hot pixels (please see the link to my flickr set with more pictures - there are links to raw files so you can see that there are no hot/dead pixels, banding…), display and viewfinder glass with no scratches, all buttons, dials and switches operate as they should.

    Camera has been serviced in Solms one year ago (rangefinder adjustment, sensor positioning, CLA). I can provide the paperwork (Leica Test certificate, emails, bill) if interested.

    Cosmetically, well, it's not a shelf queen. It shows signs of use. Previous owner made two scratches around M8 sign (probably when he was removing the white paint from M8 sign). There are rub marks, smaller scratches, brassing and one small ding on the side of bottom plate that I was totally unaware of until Leica pointed it out in their inspection letter. I can't really show it in pictures, it's minor, but it's there.

    All in all, this is not the prettiest camera, but it is perfect in operation. I never had any problems in using it and it produces really nice files.

    You get camera in original box with everything included (battery, charger, cables, manuals, strap...) + 2 Leica UV/IR filters (both 46mm) + 8Gb Sandisk memory card.

    Please see additional images at:

    Leica M8.2 pics


    Price: 1.500 EUR


    - Leica Summicron 28/2 Asph 6-bit

    Lens is in perfect operational condition. Cosmetically it's in really nice condition, barrel with no scratches or wear. Glases are immaculate (always protected with a filter), no dust. There are signs of usage on hood and hood cap. Nothing major, no cracks, just minor scratches.

    I bought this lens locally with the option to have it sent to Solms for focus adjustment and check-up, since I noticed that it had a slight back focus on my digital M8.2 and a tiny traces of oil on aperture blades. It was properly calibrated (I specifically asked that it wasn't to be matched to my body) and checked in Solms (I can provide paperwork - Leica test certificate, emails, bill). After two trips to Solms it came back with perfect focus. Leica seemed to think that oil was not a problem. This is the best lens I've ever had in almost every way (sharpness, distortion, flare, weight, size...). Puting your subject in center, corner, wide open… doesn't matter - it will be sharp.

    You get the lens with all original equipment and packaging. Lens itself, lens hood, hood cap, lens cap, leather bag, box... + 1 Hoya HMC UV(0) 46mm filter.

    Please see additional images at:

    Leica Summicron 28/2 pics


    Price: 2.000 EUR


    - Konica M-Hexanon 50/2 6-bit

    Lens is in a really nice condition except for the ding in the hood which has no effect on operation/performance. Please see the pictures. Glasses with no scratches or cleaning marks. I can't see any dust inside. Focusing is perfectly smooth, aperture ring moves nicely with clear 1/2 aperture steps.

    When I bought this lens it wouldn't focus properly on my Leicas so I sent it to Will v. Manen for adjusting and had it 6-bit coded at the same time (I can provide paperwork). It's now spot on with my M8.2 and M6. There are some people that say Konica M-Hexanon lenses do not need any adjusting on Leica M bodies. Well, I now know that they are wrong. Also, M-Hexanon 50/2 is NOT soft wide open (at least not when properly calibrated), it's sharp.

    Lens comes with original front and back caps and original leather pouch.

    Please see additional images at:

    M-Hexanon 50/2 pics


    Price: 340 EUR


    - Filter B+W 486 UV IR MRC 40.5 (SOLD)

    In silver colour. No scratches or cleaning marks.


    Price: 25 EUR


    I prefer EU sale. Shipping (registered parcel) within EU included in the price. Payment through bank transfer (EU SEPA payment) or PayPal (you cover the fees if you use PayPal). I've sold here on GetDPI, RFF (brbo) and eBay (boarchi). Please, check my feedback.

    As you can see, all items were checked by specialists and adjusted to perform as they should. I used them with no problems and enjoyed every minute and I really hate to let them go.
    Last edited by brbo; 24th December 2012 at 04:27.

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    Re: FS: M8.2, Summicron 28/2, M-Hexanon 50/2, filter UV/IR 40.5mm

    M8.2 and UV/IR filter now SOLD.

    I don't think I will go any lower on Summicron or Hexanon (there is some interest, but outside EU which I would like to avoid (I can't offer to take the lens back if buyer doesn't like it)), but I will consider trade + cash for Canon FD lenses (24/28/35 f2, 50/1.2 or 1.4) or Hasselblad Distagon 4/50 FLE.

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    Re: FS: M8.2, Summicron 28/2, M-Hexanon 50/2, filter UV/IR 40.5mm

    Bumb!

    Price reduction:

    - Summicron 28/2 Asph 6-bit - 1.900 EUR
    - M-Hexanon 50/2 6-bit - 325 EUR

    Opened to trade + cash for:
    - Hasselblad Distagon 4/50 FLE
    - Canon FD lenses (24/2, 35/2, 50/1.2L, 50/1.4, 100/2.5)
    - Zeiss Sonnar ZM 1,5/50

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    Re: FS: M8.2, Summicron 28/2, M-Hexanon 50/2, filter UV/IR 40.5mm

    Summicron 28/2 SOLD.

    Only M-Hexanon 50/2 left. Will trade (+ cash) for:
    - Hasselblad Distagon 4/50 FLE
    - Canon FD lenses (24/2, 50/1.2L, 50/1.4, 100/2.5)

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    Re: FS: M8.2, Summicron 28/2, M-Hexanon 50/2, filter UV/IR 40.5mm

    M-Hexanon 50/2 SOLD.

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