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shelter from the dust …

Toronto. When Leitz produced the Leica, they used a removable base plate to replace films and help reduce the area open to air borne dirt and dust. This worked for models without lens interchangeability. When the model II gave way … Continue reading

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click, clack, clunk

Toronto. The most important part of any single lens reflex (SLR) camera design is its mirror box. This amazing idea allows the rays from the subject, through the lens, redirected, and focussed on a ground glass at full aperture. With … Continue reading

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