So I came across this 1950 Leica IIc rather cheap. The lens that came with it was only semi operational so I sent it out for service. I tried a wide angle on the camera body and wasn't sure the shutter speeds were very accurate. Turns out they look fine...anyway, I remembered that a couple of years ago I had picked up a Skink Pinhole lens so I dug it out. Sure enough, it is a Leica screw mount with an M adapter so I took it off the adapter and promptly slapped it on the IIc. I knew bulb was working fine so I took it out for a test drive...not bad at all. Next time I'll try some redscale XR. I love this super slim and solid pocketable pinhole package. :)
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