Leica M6 TTL

The Leica M6 TTL (1998–2002) is a rangefinder @leica_camera that replaced the M6 model. One of the key differences from the M6 is TTL (through-the-lens) flash capability with dedicated flash units, such as the SF-20. The earlier M6 has TTL ambient light metering, but not TTL flash. It also has four contacts in the middle of its hot shoe for TTL flash. It has a bigger and better shutter dial, which is reversed from previous models. It turns in the same direction as the light meter arrows in the viewfinder and this feature has continued in the M7, M8, and M9.

Made by Leica between 1998 and 2002
TTL flash capability with dedicated flash units
The LEICA M6 and M6 TTL are completely compatible with all LEICA M lenses ever made, and with a simple adapter, even with Leica screw-mount lenses made since 1930
35mm film format

Illustration by @camxatca 

Photographies by @franciscoproner 

“Francisco Proner is a brazilian photographer, born in 2000, based in Rio de Janeiro. In the year 2015, he embarked on an expedition around the world by car, traveling throughout 3 continents. At the time, he started to work with the NINJA Media and «Jornalistas Livres» @jornalistaslivres networks during the coverage of protests and the political crisis in Brazil.”

“In 2017, he completed the course of Dramaturgy and Documentary Writing at the International School of Cinema and Television (EICTV) in Cuba. Francisco was also a student in the first edition of Canon and Magnum Photos student program during the Visa Pour L’Image photojournalism festival, participating so to many meetings, talks, portfolio reviews and workshops. Since, he develops his first personal project, Anomia, a long-term work, and begins to be published in Brazilian and international press”. Please check out his amazing work @franciscoproner