Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2002/05/12

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Subject: Re: [Leica] M4-P question......
From: "daniel" <>
Date: Sun, 12 May 2002 16:35:05 -0700
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Basically you'll get all the same features minus the metering. My only m
body is an m4-p. If you have an m6ttl the shutterspeed knob turns
differently but that won't really matter since you don't have a meter. Also
you'll have all the same frame lines on both cameras.if it's under 800 bucks
I'd get it.-daniel
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From: "James A. Gatlin" <>
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Sent: Sunday, May 12, 2002 4:13 PM
Subject: [Leica] M4-P question......

> Greetings.....
> I'd like to ask anyone in the group who may be familiar with the M4-P.
> At present, I have an M6, and a friend of mine recently acquired an very
> nice M4-P. Soon thereafter, he was smitten with the new M7, and simply HAS
> to have one. He is offering the M4-P to me at what I think is a great
> I would like to add a second body, but I was thinking of another M6 for
> 'seamless' switching from one body to the other. My friend has made me an
> attractive offer, one I would hate to pass up, but I am still concerned
> about the seamless concern. I have never handled an M4-P. Before I ask my
> friend to ship it to me, I wanted to seek out the advice from those who
> might know.
> How similar are the two cameras?
> Jim
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