This is the Leica Summilux 80/1.4 3-cam.

Our customer and friend Tu Dong  just send us these pictures and now we can have this lens instructions too. 


Here you can see it is a three cams lens and it uses the six hole bayonet.

First, he removed the six bayonet screws.

And secondly, the three small screws from the black shroud.

Now remove the shroud, first you will need to focus the lens to the closer distance, to move the lens barrel inside.

After saving the small bearing ball, its time to remove the two clear metal slopped cams.


These are the cams removed.

Now, he took a bit of the special grease provided by Leitax...

... and he put it on the bearing ball.

Now, its time to install the Leitax bayonet, the red dot in front the scale center for Pentax, and slightly to the right for Nikon.

 Remember to screw in cross pattern and to tight the screws progressively 

Now it is possible to use the Summilux 80/1.4 3-cams on Pentax, Sigma, Sony and Nikon-F cameras.

I would like to thank again to our friend Tu Dong for these excellent picture series.
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