Leica M7 /Black Dot (CLA’d)

SKU: 200970

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CHF 2'950.00 VAT incl.

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1 in stock

Cleaned and serviced rangefinder Camera in [Excellent+], tested and fully working condition.
Comes with a Leica strap, the original leather pouch and a body cap.

It is a M7 x0.72 produced in 2001. The serial number is 278110.
The camera was serviced by ACR in 2020 and was not used since.

The camera is tested with film.
Some of the shown images are taken with another M7 shot by my_dads_old_camera.
Scroll images for examples.

There are just a few signs of use.
Small scratches and marks. Very slight patina
Tiny patina on the battery door.
The bottom cover is protected with the original plastic film.
Very clear and cleaned Viewfinder with a very small amount of dust inclusions and adjusted rangefinder.
Very clean inside.

We grant a three months warranty on this camera.

If you also need a lens for the camera, you can find them here.

Please take a close look at the pictures.


The Leica M7 is a legendary 35mm rangefinder camera introduced by Leica AG in 2001 as a direct successor to the M6. The electronic Leica M7 is a departure from previous mechanical designs for the M series.
The M7 introduced auto-exposure in aperture priority mode: the user sets the aperture on the lens manually, and the camera chooses a shutter speed. Manual exposure is also available. The shutter is electronically controlled, but speeds of 1/60 and 1/125 of a second are mechanically governed if the battery fails.
Unlike the M6 TTL whose “off” position only disables the meter, the M7 features a switch on the shutter release, which prevents both metering and the shutter from firing. The shutter release is redesigned with two distinct levels of pressure: the first detent locks the exposure reading, the second fires the shutter.
The M7 is also the first Leica M series to support film DX encoding and exposure compensation using the dial that has been on the back of Leica cameras since the M3. Originally used simply as a reminder of the sensitivity of the film, and then as film speed setting coupled to the light meter starting with the M6, the dial now controls exposure compensation on the M7.
The M7 offers viewfinders with magnifications 0.58, 0.72 (28 mm) and 0.85 (35 mm). The viewfinder optics are multicoated to reduce flare.

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