Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 1998/05/26[Author Prev] [Author Next] [Thread Prev] [Thread Next] [Author Index] [Topic Index] [Home] [Search]
Eric Welch wrote: > >I think most of us are content to just buy them, and will use the > >word "new" accordingly :-) > > The question is more important to people who are buying them and don't want > "demos" or "returned" cameras. I for one when buying a NEW Leica want a > truly new one. Leica is protecting people with such desires. > > >Now I wonder what leica would say about warranty if there really > >was a "new" M3 forgetten about in the back of some dealer's > >warehouse... > > If it could be proved, I bet they'd honor it. After all, aren't they the > best built Leicas? If I wanted a new M6, and a dealer had a 10 year old - albeit "new" one, I'm not sure I'd consider that new myself. I'm not sure I could apply the word "new" to a 10 year old camera, no matter what Leica says.