1- right mirror- the round button); - Tell-Tale for automatic delayed action release ( a piece of paper or card clamped under the hook falls away directly the film starts) - Pict.5 - left bottom corner; - Shoe mounting for universal finder for various focal length of lenses with automatic parallax correction; the finder is missing in our collection; - Rotating wedge distance meter coupled to the lens focusing: - Focussing lever for lens, distance meter, and parallax correction; (Pict.5 - below the lens); - Angle viewfinder for taking pictures at right angles to the subject; (Pict.
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The body is built up from die casting alloy covered with the black leather. Features: - Lens: Carl Zeiss Jena Nr.2584508; Sonnar 1:1,4; f=2,5 cm.
The measurements: dimensions: 20 x 17 x 7 cm (7 7/8 in x 6 3/4 in. The lens was coated and is marked with the letter “T”; The lens number indicated 1939 year of production; Lens in bayonet mount; the lenses are automatically coupled two the rangefinder and to the viewfinder for parallax correction; - 50 ft or 100 ft of film spool; black and white or colour; - Semi-automatic release of the sprocket rollers; ( - Peephole for direct focusing on the film (Pict 3 - it is visible inside as well - small square window and Pict.
Pages: (1) (2) (3) (4) Movikon K 16 Zeiss Ikon 1938 Movikon 16 Zeiss Ikon 1935 Agfa Movex 12 - 16 B 1928 (2) Agfa Movex 30 B 1935 G. Bell & Howell Autoload 603 1952 Siemens Model B 1932 (2) Ditmar Model with Optical Exposure Meter - 1936/1937 All pictures on this page © Anna Vacani The camera was produced by Zeiss Ikon Ltd.
The model came to the market in 1938, just one year before the war.It was priced; with f/2.7 Zeiss Tessar lens - £31 0 0; with f/1.4 Zeiss Sonnar - £41 10 0. Dresden Catalogue - July 1938 (in our collection)Construction and Finish The metal parts of the camera body are die-cast aluminium polished and some are satin chrome, and tiny pieces of real chrome.The camera does not have its name engraved on the body.- Fields of view for the 2 cm and 2.5 cm lenses are built into the camera viewer; Motor and exterior features The right side of the camera bears the motor anti clockwise winding crank, which tucks down flat when not used. Single exposure and continuous run is adjustable with the button below of the winding handle; Letter “L” - continuous run, letter “E” for single picture; Above this is a small button for positioning the mask flipped into the viewfinder for telephoto lenses 5 and 7.5 cm.Both those controls are rotated with the finger tip on their knurled outer faces.It presses on a small plunger in the interior adjacent to the footage meter.