Steve Huffington

Steve Huffington

Leitz Stereo Elmar 3,5/3,5cm lens, 1940

Leitz Stereo Elmar 3,5/3,5cm lens, 1940

From 1937 – 1942, Wilhelm Albert designed paired lenses, held in a common focusing mount for stereo-photography. These lenses produced a pair of 18 x 24 mm images within the full 24 x 36 mm frame. A single ring controlled the diaphragm of both lenses.

Leica M4 “Cutaway”, 1970

Leica M4 “Cutaway”, 1970

Rare cutaway M4 camera. Very few of these were made.Leica M4 “Cutaway”, 1970Leica M4 “Cutaway”, 1970Leica M4 “Cutaway”, 1970Leica M4 “Cutaway”, 1970Leica M4 “Cutaway”, 1970

Leica I Mod. A Elmar “Luxus” camera, 1930

Leica I Mod. A Elmar “Luxus” camera, 1930

Extremely rare, early type Leica I “Luxus” with black reptile leather body cover, though the camera is not listed as a special model in the Leica delivery books, many cameras with close serial numbers are listed as “Luxus” Leicas (e.g. nos. 34803-34818), also the lizard…

Leica IIIc Hanna Ulzenheimer, 1946

Leica IIIc Hanna Ulzenheimer, 1946

Postwar IIIc (upgraded into IIIf) with Elmar 3.5 cm no. 170943, inside the base plate inscribed ‘Ulzenheimer Köln’ in pencil, case. Hanna, Oskar Barnack’s daughter, received this camera from Ernst Leitz. According to the Leitz delivery book, the camera with coated lens LOOPN was given…