These are the first photos I took with the Leica iiif. As you’ll see from this post I ran into some issues with the shutter that created horizonal lines. It became more apparent the further along the roll I got but they’re less visible in these shots.
The first half of the roll were shot with the Voigtlander Snapshot Skopar, a 25mm lens with three hard stops on the focus ring that enable quick zone focusing. This is particularly useful on the iiif since the viewfinder and the rangefinder have dedicated, but small, windows. Having those hard stops on the give you a head start when focusing.
Voigtlander Color Snapshot 25mm