Super Ikonta C

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This is one of the most famous folding cameras in the history of photography. The initial version of this model began to be manufactured in 1934. Then in 1936 minor changes were introduced with which it was manufactured until 1950. Finally, in 1950 other minor adjustments were made related to the synchronization terminal with the flash, which were maintained in the production of this model until 1955.

The camera can be configured to take pictures in two different formats, through a scrollable button that appears on its back. In position 1 you can make 8 exposures of 6x9 cm., While in the other position it allows 16 exposures 6x4,5 cm.

This model includes a rangefinder and separate window viewer, offering a very clear and sharp image.

  • Film: 120 Brownie 8 Exp. (6x9cm) or 16 Exp. (6x4,5 cm)
  • Lens: Carl Zeiss Tessar 105mm F3.5   
  • Diaphragm openings: f 3.5 - 22
  • Shutter: Compur shutter 1 - 1/400
  • Speeds: B, 1, 1/2, 1/5, 1/10, 1/25, 1/50, 1/100, 1/200, 1/400
  • Image: 6 x 9 cm
  • Body material: metal
  • Weight: 890 grams


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