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It is Leotax Special DIII, Japanese Leica copy camera, 1947 . The lens is Simlar 50 / 3.5 of Tokyo Optics, there are a few scratches. The shutter is running. Although the viewfinder has a little dirty, still good viewing. The rangefinder is also matching. This body is engrabing with "Made in Occupied Japan" beside the bottom plate opening and closing knob. In addition, the winding knob is also engrabing with "シーピーオー" in Japanese charactor, "CPO" english, which is unique and rare. Unlike other individuals, the logo of Leotax is bold type. It is indispensable for occupied gathering.
＊Has not been test shooting with film loaded. Please look carefully and check with photos. You will get what you see in the pictures. Wooden hands for display, calipers, ruler is not included.