Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 1999/01/26

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Subject: [Leica] insurance
From: Deniz Saylan <>
Date: Tue, 26 Jan 1999 20:10:57 +0100

Hi Darrell,

the insurances normally are gangsters, taking money for nothing.
I´m professional photographer and insurance was allways a bad theme.

Im Germany there are the photographer´s association "Freelens" in
Hamburg. They made together with the "Gerling KOnzern" a huge German
insurance company a special contract to provide a good working camera
insurance with provide a sercuity wich alows professional photographers
to work worldwide with the best protection.
They pay for loss, falling, water, war, theft... and it´s only 2.3
promill per year of the new price of your equipment. I have the same
equipmet like you execpt that I also have the 135/2,8 and the 2.0/90 mm
and I pay about 700 German Marks per year.

But you have to become member of Freelens.

If you need more information send me a mail.



Darrell wrote:
> Date: Mon, 25 Jan 1999 10:14:32 -0000
> From: "Wood, Darrell (London)" <wooddar@MLE.CO.UK>
> Subject: [Leica] CAMERA INSURANCE
> Help,
> I am U.K. Based.  My camera AUA Insurance will not cover trips to
> *       Belize diving/Mexico Travelling
> *       Borneo
> Equipment.
> 2 M6's
> 35mm f2asp
> 90mm f2.8
> 21mm f2.8 asp
> 50mm f2
> Does any body have any suggestions?
> Many Thanks
> Darrell Wood

Does any body have any suggestions?

Many Thanks

Darrell Wood