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Leica IIIf

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The most notable new feature offered by the Leica IIIf (introduced in 1950) was flash synchronisation for both flashbulbs and electronic flash.

Although flash photography had of course been possible with previous Leica models, this was not only a complex procedure, but also required a great deal of additional equipment.

While clearly not comparable with today's standards, the experience offered by the Leica IIIf was considerably more straightforward – creating a more realistic ratio between the effort that had to be expanded and the resulting image that could be achieved.

Indeed, even the modern photographer will find an old Leica IIIf perfectly manageable – as it was the first camera to enable flash photography without physical contortions.

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