Factor de ampliación: 0.8x Cobertura 92% Corrección dióptrica: +/- 2 Iluminación del visor
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Obturador de visor
Vertical-travel metal blade focal-plane shutter with speeds 1 - 1 /1000 sec + B and X (1 /100sec)
Electronic self-timer (nine second delay)
Mirror lock socket
Manually controlled TTL diode-match meter system, requiring 2 x SR44 or 1 x CR1 /3N cell(s)
Supports 35mm film of speeds 12-3200 ASA
Accessories - DB 2
Dimensions - 138.5 x 89.1 x 62.2mm
Weight - 625 g / 22.05 oz
The Leica R6 is a mechanical, manual exposure, manual focus single-lens reflex camera which was on sale between 1988-92. Unlike every other entrant in the R-series range (with the exception of its successor the R6.2), the R6's shutter is fully battery independent. The only element of the camera's operation which is dependent on battery power is the built-in exposure meter.
Perhaps the most famous devotee of the Leica R6/R6.2 cameras is renowned documentary photographer Sebastio Salgado .