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DesignationLeica M6
Camera typeAnalogue rangefinder system camera (35 mm)
Type No.2248
Order No.Black: 10 557
MaterialClosed full metal housing, Top cover and bottom cover: brass, black finish
Lens mountLeica M bayonet
Operating conditions0°C to +40°C
InterfacesISO accessory shoe
Tripod threadA 1⁄4 DIN 4503 (1⁄4”) with stainless steel in the base
Dimensions138 x 40 x 77 mm
Weight575 g (without battery)
ViewfinderLarge, bright-line rangefinder with automatic parallax compensation
Parallax compensationThe horizontal and vertical difference between viewfinder and lens is compensated automatically in line with the relevant focus setting. Congruence of viewfinder and actual image.
The size of the bright-line frame matches the distance:
– at 2 m: the exact sensor size of approx. 23.9 x 35.8 mm
– at infinity: (depending on focal length) approx. 7.3% (28 mm) to 18% (135 mm)
– less than 2 m: less than film size
Viewfinder magnificationx0.72 (all lenses)
Wide- base rangefinderSplit and superimposed image rangefinder shown as a bright field in the center of the viewfinder image.
Shutter typeFocal plane shutter with rubber liner, mechanically controlled
Shutter speedsMech. shutter: 1 s – 1⁄1000 s
Flash Synch: up to 1⁄50 s
Shutter releaseTwo-stage: Power up (activation of exposure meter) – Release. Integrated standard cable release thread.
Film winding
LoadingManual with quick wind lever or LEICAVIT M, motorized with LEICA MOTOR-M, LEICA WINDER-M, LEICA WINDER
RewindingManual with telescopic rewind knob
Frame counterOn top of camera. Automatic reset after removal of bottom cover.
Working range70 cm to ∞
Focus modeManual
Exposure meteringTTL (exposure metering through the lens), with working aperture
Metering cellSilicon photo diode with convex lens to the top left behind the camera bayonet.
Film speed rangeManual setting from ISO 6/9° to ISO 6400/39°.
Metering principleThe light reflected by a metering spot in the center of the 1st shutter curtain is metered.
The metering spot has a diameter of 12mm and therefore corresponds to approx. 13% of the full negative format or around 2/3 of the short side of the corresponding
frame in the viewfinder.
Exposure control modeManual shutter speed and aperture setting, adjustment using LED light balance.
Flash unit connectionVia accessory shoe
SynchronisationOn the 1st shutter curtain
Flash sync speed1/50s; slower shutter speeds possible.
Flash exposure controlVia computer control of flash unit or via guide number calculation and manual setting for the required aperture.
Power Supply2 Silver oxide button cells (PX76/SR44) or 1 Lithium battery (DL1/3N)