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List of Leica cameras

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This is a list of Leica cameras. Leica Camera AG is a German optics company which produces Leica cameras. The predecessor of the company, formerly known as Ernst Leitz GmbH, is now three companies: Leica Camera AG, Leica Geosystems AG, and Leica Microsystems AG, producing cameras, geosurvey equipment, and microscopes, respectively. The Leica cameras are grouped by camera model and year of release.

Point & Shoot

Rangefinder

Model Date Quantities/Comments Shutter type Shutter speed Aperture Metering mode Flash Battery Dimensions (WxHxD) (mm) Weight (g)
Leica IIIf 1950–1954   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   Nil   Nil 148 x 97 x 57  
Leica M3 1954–1966   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   Nil X-sync and Flash bulb 1/50 Nil 138 x 77 x 38  
Leica MP (M professional) 1956–1957   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   Nil X-sync and Flash bulb 1/50 Nil 138 x 77 x 38  
Leica IIIg 1956–1960 last LTM Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   Nil   Nil 136 x 65 x 39  
Leica Ig 1957–1960 no rangefinder Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   Nil   Nil 136 x 65 x 39  
Leica M2 1957–1968   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   Nil 1/50 Nil 138 x 77 x 38  
Leica M1 1959-1964   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   Nil 1/50 Nil 148 x 97 x 57 545
Leica MD 1964–1966   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   Nil 1/50 Nil 148 x 97 x 57  
Leica M4 1967–1975   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   Nil 1/50 Nil 148 x 97 x 57  
Leica MDa 1966–1976   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   Nil 1/50 Nil 148 x 97 x 57  
Leica M2-R 1969   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   Nil 1/50 Nil 138 x 77 x 38  
Leica M5 1971–1975   Focal-plane B, 1/2→1/1000   TTL CdS cell 1/50 PX-625 155(2-lug) × 84 × 36  
Leica CL 1973–1976   Focal-plane B, 1/2→1/1000   TTL     148 x 97 x 57  
Leica M4-2 1978–1980   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   Nil 1/50 Nil 148 x 97 x 57  
Leica MD-2 1980-86   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   Nil 1/50   148 x 97 x 57  
Leica M4-P 1981–1987   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   Nil 1/50 Nil 148 x 97 x 57  
Leica M6 1984–1998   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   TTL 1/50 SR44 x 2 148 x 97 x 57  
Leica M6 TTL 1998–2002   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   TTL 1/50 SR44 x 2 148 x 97 x 57  
Leica M7 2002 - 2018   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   TTL 1/50 CR-2 x 2 138 x 79.5 x 38 610 (without batteries)
Leica MP (Mechanical Perfection) 2003-   Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000   TTL Si cell 1/50 CR-2 x 2 138 x 77 x 38 585 (without Batteries)
Leica M8 (digital) 2006-2009 APS-H Focal-plane B, 32→1/8000   TTL 1/250 Li ion (3.7 V Leica) 139 x 37 × 80 591 (incl. battery)
Leica M8.2 (digital) 2008-2009 APS-H - better UV Focal-plane B, 32→1/4000   TTL 1/180 Li ion (3.7 V Leica) 139 x 37 × 80 591 (incl. battery)
Leica M9 (digital) 2009- Focal-plane B, 32→1/4000 TTL 1/180 Li ion (3.7 V Leica) 139 × 80 x 37 589 (incl. battery)
Leica M9-P (digital) 2011- Focal-plane B, 32→1/4000 TTL 1/180 Li ion (3.7 V Leica) 139 × 80 x 37 600 (incl. battery)
Leica M Monochrome (digital) 2012- Focal-plane B, 32→1/4000 TTL 1/180 Li ion (3.7 V Leica) 139 × 80 x 37 680 (incl. battery)
Leica M-E typ 220 (digital) 2012- Focal-plane B, 32→1/4000 TTL 1/180 Li ion (3.7 V Leica) 139 × 80 × 37 585 (incl. battery)
Leica M typ 240 (digital) 2012- Focal-plane B, 60→1/4000 TTL 1/180 Li ion (7.4 V Leica) 139 x 80 x 42 680 (incl. battery)
Leica M-P typ 240 (digital) 2012- Frame selector back Focal-plane B, 32→1/4000 TTL 1/180 Li ion (7.4 V Leica) 139 x 80 x 42 680 (incl. battery)
Leica M-A typ 127 (film) 2014- Focal-plane B, 1→1/1000 Nil 1/50 Nil 138 x 77 x 38 578
Leica M Monochrom typ 246 (digital) 2015 - Focal-plane B, 60→1/4000 TTL 1/180 Li ion (7.4 V Leica) 138.6 × 80 × 42 680
Leica M typ 262 (digital) 2015- Focal-plane B, 60→1/4000 1/180 TTL Li ion (7.4 V Leica) 138.6 × 80 × 42 600 (incl. battery)
Leica M-D typ 262 (digital) 2016- No screen Focal-plane B, 60→1/4000 TTL 1/180 Li ion (7.4 V Leica) 138.6 × 80 × 42 680 (incl. battery)
Leica M10 typ 3656 (digital) 2017- slimmer model Focal-plane B, 125→1/4000 TTL 1/180 Li ion (7.4 V Leica) 139 x 80 x 39 660 (incl. battery)
Leica M10-P (digital) 2018- quieter shutter Focal-plane B, 125→1/4000 TTL 1/180 Li ion (7.4 V Leica) 139 x 80 x 39 660 (incl. battery)
Leica M10-D (digital) 2018- No screen Focal-plane B, 125→1/4000 TTL 1/180 Li ion (7.4 V Leica) 139 x 80 x 39 660 (incl. battery)
Leica M typ 240 E edition (digital) 2019- Focal-plane B, 60→1/4000 TTL 1/180 Li ion (7.4 V Leica) 138.6 × 80 × 42 680 (incl. battery)
Leica M10 Monochrom (digital) 2020- Focal-plane B, 8→1/4000 TTL 1/180 Li ion (7.4 V Leica) 139 × 80 x 38.5 660 (incl. battery)

SLR

These series of cameras were mainly designed by Willi Wiessner.[citation needed]

Model     Date              Quantities Shutter Shutter Aperture Metering Mode Flash Battery Dimensions (WxHxD) (mm) Weight (g)
Leicaflex Mark I 1964–1968               148 x 97 x 57  
Leicaflex Mark II 1965–1968               148 x 97 x 57  
Leicaflex SL 1968–1974               148 x 97 x 57  
Leicaflex SL-MOT 1968–1974               148 x 97 x 57  
Leicaflex SL2 1974–1976               148 x 97 x 57  
Leicaflex SL2-MOT 1974–1976               148 x 97 x 57  
Leica R3 1977–1980               148 x 97 x 57  
Leica R3-MOT 1978–1980               148 x 97 x 57  
Leica R4-MOT 1980–1987               148 x 97 x 57  
Leica R4 (same as R4-MOT but name changed) 1980–1987               148 x 97 x 57  
Leica R4S 1984–1988               148 x 97 x 57  
Leica R5 1987–1992               148 x 97 x 57  
Leica R-E 1990–1992               148 x 97 x 57  
Leica R6 1988–1992               148 x 97 x 57  
Leica R6.2 1992–2001               148 x 97 x 57  
Leica R7 1992–1996               148 x 97 x 57  
Leica R8 1996–2002 N/A       TTL 1/250 CR-2 x 2 158 x 101 x 62 890
Leica R9 2002 - N/A       TTL 1/250 CR-2 x 2 158 x 101 x 62 790

References

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