Leica R4s is a 35mm SLR film camera made in Portugal. Presented in 1983, it was based on improved electronic features like TTL flash metering and exposure modes. The R4s (S stood for Simplified) was the simplified version of the R4. The dual metering system of this camera provides spot measurements and keeps updated on the device status. The advanced technology and built quality assure a reliable performance even under the most rigorous conditions. The step-less electronically controlled exposure time makes this camera capable of taking photography to the next level. The R4s was a lower-priced model with reduced features, lacking P and T modes. It has aperture priority and manual modes only (P and T modes deleted) but it remains both integrated and spot metering.
Lens: Interchangeable Lenses. Focus Type: Manual.