Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2001/01/06

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Subject: Re: [Leica] LHSA design "borrowed"
From: Vick Ko <>
Date: Sat, 06 Jan 2001 12:16:52 -0500
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Maybe with Swedish crowns?  ;-)


"Dr. Joseph Yao" wrote:

> on 6/1/01 11:53 PM, Christer Almqvist at wrote:
> >> For those who care about such things, I see that Solms has finally
> >> duplicated most of
> >> the LHSA black paint M6TTL concept for one of its own offspring.
> >> They have issued a
> >> run of "Oresundsbron" black paint M6 TTL cameras with the rapid
> >> rewind crank (unlike
> >> the Millennium, ICS & Gold Dragon paint cameras). It carries a red dot.
> >>
> >> The camera commemorates the building of a bridge in Denmark.
> >
> > Now, wait a minute. This bridge is between Denmark and Sweden. And it
> > is more than a simple bridge. May even be more important than
> > internet  for people in that region.
> I have been looking at this camera and I find it amusing that only half the
> bridge (Danish side) is engraved on the back of the camera.  Perhaps Leica
> is waiting for the Swedish importer to commission another special edition of
> this "Oresundsbron" camera and they will engrave the Swedish end of the
> bridge.
> Joseph

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