LEICA M4 chrome
The Leica M4 was produced from 1967 to 1975. The camera has had a new design which differs from the previous models and introduced the modern style with angled rewind crank and straight top plate form which was continued till the Leica M7. The viewfinder system of the M4 was based on the Leica M2 but has an additional viewfinder frame for the 135mm lens.
The M4 was initially introduced with a matte silver chrome camera body, during the production period black painted models and later on black chrome versions were available. Further on there have been models which were specially equiped to take a motor drive unit.
Retrospectively, it could be said that the Leica M4 has been the precurser for the modern Leica M models.
Offered is a silver chrome M4 from the year of 1968/69. The technical and cosmetic condition is very good to mint and quite rare to find nowadays.
Noteworthy is the almost mint condition top cap.
Total production: approx. 47.191 units
Rarity forecast: R6
VAT can not be stated separately due to differential taxation.