Leica R4, R5, R6, R7 book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Leica R4, R5, R6, R7: Kameras Von Gestern Für Anwender Von Heute. by. Heiner Henninges.
Leica R4, R5, R6, R7. ISBN 10: 3874677362 ISBN 13: 9783874677363. Publisher: Laterna Magica /Callwey, 2000.
Leica R4, R5, R6, R7 were 35mm SLR cameras manufactured by Leica between 1980 and 1996. Following the success of the Leica R3 the company, in continuing cooperation with Minolta, produced the R4-R7 series all based on the same chassis. The Leica R4 was made from (1980 - 1986). Based on Minolta XD-7 but with Leica developed exposure metering, mirror box, and newly designed body, the R4 followed the trend setting Olympus OM-1 and was much smaller and lighter than all earlier Leica SLR cameras.
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The Leica R4 family of Leica 35mm SLR cameras was launched in 1980. The initial design was a joint venture based on Leitz's co-operation agreement of 1972 with Minolta, whose own version was launched in 1977 (Minolta XD series). The subsequent models introduced improved electronic features and TTL flash metering. The R4 has a Leitz developed mirror box, metering, and body design making the camera quite distinct
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Like previous models the R4 offered selective metering and viewfinder information was comprehensive showing metering, exposure mode, shutter and aperture settings, exposure level, and flash ready.
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Leica R4s user manual. Moreover, in case you are interested in the history of Leica and evolution of its cameras and lenses, you might want to check out a set of free pdf-documents that more or less represent the information that went into Erwin Puts' Leica Compendium. This 2011 publication brings together a wealth of facts and data about Leica cameras and optics on more than 600 pages.