Leica camera with 50mm lens

Leica camera with 50mm lens

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This post World War II Leica IIIc is from a batch of 40,000 cameras, one of the largest ever made by Leitz. At some point flash synchronization was added to the camera, converting it to a Leica IIIf. Complete with 50mm f/3.5 Elmar lens and lens cap.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
Camera
camera
date made
1946/47
maker
Leica
Ernst Leitz
place made
Germany: Hesse, Wetzlar
ID Number
1983.0793.01
catalog number
1983.0793.01
accession number
1983.0793
catalog number
83.793.01
serial number
418083
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National Museum of American History
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