Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 1996/08/02

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Subject: Leotax and Nicca
From: Thomas Pindelski <>
Date: Fri, 02 Aug 96 13:31:00 PDT
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Stephen Gandy wrote:

"The great thing about the later Niccas and Leotax is that they are SO EASY 
use compared to the IIIF.  The Leotax has one feature the Nicca doesn't,  a 
in lever rewind into what at first appears to be a standard rewind knob. 
  Their lever
advance is fast and easy, and the back door M3 like loading is a blessing. 
quality is slightly, but only slightly, below Leica.  Production of these 
cameras was
less than 5,000 each.  A mint minus example body should sell for at least 
$1,500 if
they know what they have."

Stephen - can you help with model numbers, especially for the Leotax with 
the lever rewind and back door?

Thank you.

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