Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2000/08/22

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Subject: [Leica] Re: Leica Millennium vs LHSA Black Paint
From: Robert Jagitsch <>
Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2000 13:17:15 -0500
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>I would appreciate any comments  / comparisons between the Leica M6
>Millennium Black Paint TTL vs. the LHSA Black Paint M6 TTL.
>I undersatnd the the Millenium issue is sold out or the asking price is in
>the $4,500 range while the LHSA version is still available ( November) at a
>more reasonable $2,595.
>Production of both models is suppose to be 2,000 ???
>Anyone know the seriel # series for the LHSA models?
>Differences - ?? Which is better? More collectible?
>Thanks for you assistance.
>Dave Mishalof
>Huntington Beach, CA

Millenium has the M3-style rewind (i.e., no crank.)
LHSA has the M4-style crank.
Millenium red dot; LHSA, black dot.
LHSA available in both .72 and .85.
Orders for both are closed unless you can find a dealer that has some 
unsold stock of the Millenium or unspoken orders for LHSA. Do a 
search for completed auctions on eBay for an idea of what these are 
selling for.

Millenium was 2000 pcs, the LHSA approx. 1100.

- -R

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