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Leica 250 Reporter GG Rangefinder Film Camera Sample Photos

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Film Size: 135 Picture Size: 24x36mm
Marketed: 1935 to 1943
Lens Mount: Screw
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John Bowman26-Feb-2010 22:48
Back in 1959 I worked after school in a darkroom processing "walking pictures" taken on the holliday camps in Towyn and Abergele North Wales. The owner of the business was a Mr. Wilson and his photographers were all issued with this 250 leica. The film was developed, dried and printed in the evenings and the prints were on display and for sale in Kiosks by the next morning. We had to finish all of this hand printing on Leitz Focomat enlargers before we could go home. The prints were all printed on postcard size but two identical pictures on one card.
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settler03-Jan-2009 14:06
I have to differ from Daniele. My grandfather used one of these from 1940 to 1944. He would have preferred it in black(more discreet) but was only ever saw them in chrome.
Guest 05-Dec-2005 20:58
The Leica 250 Reporter GG was never made in chrome. Most probably this example was refinished and chromed later.
I'm just wondering who's the lucky owner of these beauties. Congratulations!
Slug30-Aug-2004 22:20
Body based on the Leica IIIa (G)
Designed to hold up to 10 meters of 35mm film.

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