Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2002/01/21

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Keeping that flash contact cover in
From: Rolfe Tessem <>
Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2002 10:51:59 -0500
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Ray Moth wrote:

> Ted Grant wrote: 
> Hi Jim,
> Don't worry about it. Best thing is, take it off put it in the M6 box, 
> then when you get around to selling the camera some day you still have
> it. . . <snip>
> ===================================================================
> I recently bought two new M6 TTL cameras, a .72 and a .58, and neither
> of them had a flash contact cover. Did Leica stop supplying this
> admittedly not very useful part? (Just curious).
> Regards,
> =====
> Ray


You have obviously purchased the Anna and the King of Siam special 
edition models. One of the reason these special editions cost more is 
that Leica "pre-disposes" of the PC contact cover for you. This saves 
the emotional wear and tear that results when you inevitably lose it :-).


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