The best Leica R7 — black review, in our opinion, is to be able to browse through as many pictures taken with this wonderful camera as possible so that you can make up your mind for yourself! Bellow you'll find approximately 3 pictures taken with Leica R7 — black to help you decide if this is the right camera for you! You'll be able to find all sorts of photos varying from fast shutter speeds to low and slow exposure times; small and large apertures; high ISO and low ISO pictures; as well as images with a long or short focal length -- all specific to the Leica R7 — black.

Leica R7 — black
Exposure Time: 1/250 Aperture: 2.8 Focal Length: 35.0 ISO: 200
Markus Spiske

Urban street art – graffiti house wall. Made with Leica R7 (Year: 1994) and Leica Summicron-R 2.0 35mm (Year: 1978). Analog scan via Foto Brinke Forchheim: Fuji Frontier SP-3000. Film reel: Agfa XRG 200 (expired 2002)

man in black and white jacket

Leica R7 — black
Exposure Time: 1/1000 Aperture: 2 Focal Length: 35.0 ISO: 200
Markus Spiske

Vintage retro classic folding bicycle city bike. Made with Leica R7 (Year: 1994) and Leica Summicron-R 2.0 35mm (Year: 1978). Analog scan via Foto Brinke Forchheim: Fuji Frontier SP-3000. Film reel: Agfa XRG 200 (expired 2002)

orange city bicycle parked beside brown concrete building

Leica R7 — black
Exposure Time: 1/250 Aperture: 2.8 Focal Length: 35.0 ISO: 200
Markus Spiske

Urban street art - NOMAD graffiti. Made with Leica R7 (Year: 1994) and Leica Summicron-R 2.0 35mm (Year: 1978). Analog scan via Foto Brinke Forchheim: Fuji Frontier SP-3000. Film reel: Agfa XRG 200 (expired 2002)

blue red and yellow textile

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