David Young Leica Instruction Books



Leicaflex SL Instructions Click HERE To Download.
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The Leicaflex SL was made from 1968 through 1974 by E. Leitz, Wetzlar, Germany. In the tradition of Leica rangefinder cameras, the SL is a precision-crafted, robust tool made for the photographer who demands the utmost in durability and image quality and can work without modern conveniences.  By modern standards, the Leicaflex SL's features are primitive: no exposure or focus automation, no interchangable viewscreens, and not even a hot shoe. Just a reliable shutter, a clear, uncluttered viewfinder, and an accurate meter.   

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