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Leica Reporter 250

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Between 1933 and 1960 and based on various Leica III models, there was an ongoing production of different special models: the modified Leica IIIf and IIIg for the Swedish military or the “Monté en Sarre”, the “Saar Leica”, a IIIa, which was produced from 1949 to 1951 in French occupied Saarland for the French market.

The earliest of the special models was the Leica Reporter 250 of which small numbers were manufactured between 1933 and 1943. It had a larger film housing, which could hold film up to 10 metres in length – enough for 250 images. This meant that busy reporters could avoid the time-consuming, annoying job of changing film up to seven times.

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