Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 1998/01/23[Author Prev] [Author Next] [Thread Prev] [Thread Next] [Author Index] [Topic Index] [Home] [Search]
Nikon and Hasselblad diopters provide correction for the field encompassed by those cameras. If you are using a -2 diopter on a Nikon N90, for example, and it looks good when placed over the viewfiender of a M6, it doesn't not mean that Leica's -2 Diopter will give you the equivalent correction. I use a Leica +.5 correction on my M6 and a Nikon +.5 correction on an N90; the corrections work fine for those cameras but if you place the Nikon +.5 correction diopter over the M6 viewfinder, you get something different than the Leica +.5 diopter. To get the proper correction on your M6 go to a good Leivca dealer who stocks the correction diopters and try them until you get a good visual fit. Good luck.