The Leicaflex SL was introduced in 1968, with the SL standing for selective light and was the first SLR camera with selected TTL metering.
The Leicaflex SL was introduced in 1968, with the SL standing for selective light and was the first SLR camera with selected TTL metering. The shutter on the Leicaflex SL is mechanically-timed, and offers speeds from 1 to 1/2000 sec, plus bulb mode (“B”). The flash sync speed is 1/100 sec.
The camera contains a SLR pentaprism finder, with match the needle-pointer and shutter speed scale, on of the brightest finder that ever made by Leica.
The camera does have cold-shoe; Flash operation through cable connection for electronic flash units.
The camera has been tested and is working. However, the light meter has some trouble starting up, (use the check button to activate). Besides these remarks, it is a technical good camera.
Visually the camera is in a relatively good condition. It has some scratches due to ageing and use.
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