Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 1996/11/15

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Subject: Re: Telyt 1:4 /200
From: "Don Bledsoe" <>
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 23:41:40 -0700


The screw mount Telyt 200 was designed to be used with the Visoflex I
reflex unit.  An adapter would be required to fit on a Visoflex II or III
or directly to the body of a screw mount Leica or M Leica.

Since you probably have none of those I would be more than happy to take
this lens off your hands and put it good use. ;-)  Should you insist on
trying to use it you'll need adapter TXBOO/14043 to mount directly to your
M4 body.  Then you'll also need an SFTOO/12035 (or 12034 in meters) finder
so you can make decent use of the lens by being able to see the area of


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> From: Hal Robinson <>
> much to my surprise I found a 1:4 /200 Leitz lens at my parents house.
> (They never owned a leica either, beats me!!!)  It appears brand new!  It
> has a screw mount though.  Is this made to be used with an M4??  The
> I ask is my fathers dad had an m4 and this is the only possibility I
> think of as to why they would have one.  Since it appears to have a screw
> mount is there any way I could get an adapter to use it on my m4, or am I
> totally missing the picture and they just happened to have this lens for
> reason at all.  What camera was this designed for?  Thanks Hal Robinson,