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It is a 2004 camera designed for professional photographers and comes loaded with features and configurations because of that.

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Pros

consistently accurate colors with quality film

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flash is good enough for most situations

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fast enough to take lots of pictures in a row quickly

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eyepiece is comfortable to work with

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lots of advanced features ideal for professional photographers

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feels well constructed and solid, operation is very smooth

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operation is quiet and unobtrusive

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Cons

loading the film can be tricky until you get used to it

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The Leica M7 is a 2004 camera designed for professional photographers and comes loaded with features and configurations because of that. The camera uses a aperture priority mode with exposure lock via the shutter release that lets the consumer focus easily and compose quickly. The Leica M7 has a TTL flash exposure measurement to reduce the risk of flash photography, as well as flash synchronization at the second shutter curtain. For photography with long exposure times the viewfinder display is provided. The camera has a choice of either manual or automatic film speed settings which reduces the risk of exposure errors due to wrong ISO settings. Like all cameras in the Leica M series, the Leica M7 can use any lens created for the M series back to the 1960s when it was first launched.

Features
  • 35mm Rangefinder camera
  • Leica M lenses with focal lengths from 21 to 135mm
  • Manual & Aperture-priority
  • EV -2 To EV +20 with f/1.0 lens at ISO 100
  • Selective through-the-lens (TTL) exposure metering at working aperture
  • Center-weighted integral TTL metering for flash exposures with dedicated SCA 3000 standard flash units
  • Optional standard mechanical cable release
  • Two 3-Volt 2L76 (DL 1/3N) lithium batteries
  • 5.4 x 3.1 x 1.5" (138.0 x 79.5 x 38mm)
  • 1.23 lb (610 g) w/out batteries
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