Leica M3 All Over by Yukio Miyamoto
The M3 was the best selling of the Leica M models. It marked the introduction of bayonet mounted lenses to Leica. Introduced in 1954 it was expensive to the point of needing an import permission from the British Government if you wanted to buy one in the 50’s and early 60’s. Beautifully made the M series probably marked the zenith of the development of 35mm rangefinder cameras. Yukio sent us about 30 views of the 3D electronic model he built from images of the M3 he owns. We reproduce his files at 720 dpi in full CMYK colour.
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