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Taking Lens: Zeiss Jena Tessar 3,5/75 Zeiss Oberkochen Opton 3,5/75 Schneider Xenar 3,5/75 All with filter Bayonet I Finder lens: Heidoscop Anastigmat 2,8/75mm Bayonet I Shutter: Compur - Rapid, 1 - 1/500 sec., T & B, self timer. Film: 6x6: B II 8 (120) & 35mm with Rolleikin 2 adapter set. The special feature is a new EV related exposure scale.

Film Transportation: winding lever with auto stop, no red window, film pressure plate with black color coating. From serial 1.268.000 the camera accepts hand grip and quick mount plate. This model has a hinged dual format back with exposure guide.

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There is also an optional adapter called the Photo Plug that you can buy on ebay which actually measures timing of the light through the shutter to an optical sensor that transfers timing via the microphone jack. Calumet made a popular shutter tester that appears from time to time on e Bay.

Taking Lens: Zeiss Tessar 4,5/75 (model 611,613) Zeiss Tessar 3,8/75 (model 612,614) Filter size 28,5mm Finder lens: Heidoscop Anastigmat 3,1/75mm Filter size 24mm Shutter: Compur, 1 - 1/300 sec., T & B Film: 6x6, B I (117) Film Transportation: winding knob, red window for exposure number on back, film pressure plate without color coating. Dimensions: 13.2x8.5x9.0cm Weight: 715 grams (f 4.5), 722 grams (f3.8). The camera was often converted to accept the newer 620 and 120 roll films. Film Transportation: winding lever, film counter; red window for spooling to first frame on bottom of back, film pressure plate without color coating. The camera could be used with Rolleikin I to use 35mm film & with the special glass plate film adapter. The camera could be used with Rolleikin I to use 35mm film & with the special glass plate film adapter. The following parts of his model can be modernized to 1955 standard: waist level finder, larger focusing knob, double exposure safety lock, viewing lens bayonet, X-sync contact. The camera could be used with Rolleikin I to use 35mm film & with the special glass plate film adapter. Film Transportation: winding lever with auto stop on first exposure, exposure counter for exposures 1-12. Serials: 1.460.000 - 1.760.000, engraved in taking lens (internal factory serial inside camera ranged from 05001 - 37508). Film: 6x6 (120), 35mm adapter Rolleikin I, sheet film adapter. Shutter: Compur Rapid X, 1 - 1/300 sec., T & B., 16,000 pieces. Film: 6x6 (120), 35mm adapter Rolleikin I, sheet film adapter. Film: 35mm Measurements: 9.1x9.4x13.8cm Weight: 797 grams Taking Lens: Zeiss Triotar 4,5/75mm, screw mount filter. Film: 6x6 (120), 35mm adapter Rolleikin I, sheet film adapter. Measurements: 9.3x9.6x13.8cm Weight: 878 grams , 8,500 pieces w. Taking Lens: Zeiss Triotar 3,5/75mm, bayonet I, Schneider Xenar 3.5/75mm, both with coating. Film Transportation: winding lever with auto stop on first exposure, exposure counter for exposures 1-12.

Film: 6x6: B II 8, B I 6 (120) & 35mm with adapter set. Film: 6x6 (120), 35mm adapter Rolleikin I, sheet film adapter. Serials: 1.102.000 - 1.135.999* engraved under Rolleicord name plate. Taking Lens: Xenar 3,5/75mm, Schneider, Bayonet 1 Finder lens: Schneider or Zeiss Heidosmat 3,2/75mm, Bayonet 1.

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