Adjustable Diopter (Adjustable viewfinder magnifier) for Leica M - BRAND NEW For Sale
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Adjustable Diopter (Adjustable viewfinder magnifier) for Leica M - BRAND NEW:
[NEW] Adjustable Diopter for Leica M
Brand New to the market are these adjustable diopter / viewfinder magnifier for Leica M
This version is the later type Y which has a magnification range from 1.15x to 1.65x or equal to -150 to +350 diopter(please note, the 3rd images shows both the Y and previous J version, the one supplied will be the Y version - so you will only receive the one viewfinder - also note, camera is not included)
We have heard great reviews on this product, whether you have young or mature eyes, glasses wearer or non wearer - it basically can suit all
Will fit almost all Leica M Series cameras ie: M2 M3, M4, M5, M6, M7, M8, M8.2, M9, M9-P, MM, ME, M240 (not M10)
Supplied in retail box, rubber eye piece and even a cleaning cloth
Review made by a user from Leica Magazine:
"I am using the Bresson magnifier for critical focus. Once the diopter is adjusted for my eyes it works wonderfully. So far I have not had any problem with the diopter adjustment moving while the magnifier is on the camera. Certainly, removing it will cause it to move and it needs readjustment when put back on.
I have found it most useful when working with very fast lenses wide open and when using my 135mm lens. In both cases the reduction in field of view is not a problem for me. I have not noticed any reduction in contrast and, as long as I keep it clean, it is easy to see through. Finally, I wear glasses and use the eyecup. I actually like it.
The biggest downside for me is that it disrupts the clean lines of the rangefinder. But when I am doing sports work with the 135 and 90 it is so handy that the size of the protrusion off the camera back really becomes a non-issue.
Overall I am quite happy with the Bresson Magnifier and it works perfectly for those circumstances where I use it. Of course YMMV but, if your eyes are aging, I think it is worth a try anyway"Please note:
Each human eye is different, so everyone has a different opinion on the product. Some may use it, and say it is the best product ever made - while others may only see little difference. In general, the magnifierdiaopter may have limited benefits on a 50mm Lens, but on a telephoto such as a 90mm or 135mm - it makes an incredible difference - but again, it must be pointed out that everyone is different.
For returns - we can accept a return on the product - but if the protective seals has been removed - we have charge a restocking fee as once the seals are broken, we have to resell it as graded.So far the few that were returned to us has not been faulty - but purely on the fact the customer wanted to "have a free trial" and then force a return. We cannot continue to accept returns for this reason as we keep loosing out.
Therefore, we would recommend to read the online reviews of this product first, and only purchase it if you feel that it will benefit you.