Leica m6-saved Leica
Production of the Leica m6 began in 1984. The Leica M6 material is not as good as the previous generation, but it sells very well. The M6 and M6 ttl were discontinued until 1998, and they were produced for 20 years.
The M6 has several viewfinder magnifications, 0.72, 0.85, and 0.58. The 0.72 version is the most common. The rare version is the 0.85 version. A small number of them were introduced after 1998. The 0.58 version is also rare.
People who have used M3, and then use M6 will soon find the viewfinder flare, when there is a light source on the front side. But many people around me say that their M6 is good, and they have not found the viewfinder flare, probably because they have never used the M3.
In fact, the viewfinder structure of M4-2, M4p, and M6 is similar, and they all have the viewfinder flare problem. However, the viewfinder flare problem is easier to detect on version 0.85.
The Leica m6 uses a zinc alloy top and bottom cover. At that time Leica said that switching to zinc alloy was both strong and light. However, it turns out that people still prefer brass.
Leica m6 finish bubbles will appear. Whether it is m6 silver, black, titanium color, there may be finishi bubbles. The finish bubbles are hard and ugly.
The size of M6 is the same as M2 / M3 / M4 / M4-2 / M4p, while M6TTL is slightly higher than 0.25cm and weighs 40 grams. You may not pay much attention if you don’t compare carefully.
The exposure indicator in the viewfinder of the M6TTL is opposite to that of the M6, and the direction of the shutter dial is also different. The viewfinder of the M6TTL is close to the M7, and it was produced until 2003. Three years later, the digital Leica M8 was born.contact: email@example.com © 2020 Zhao Zhenguo. All Rights Reserved.