Fine and working shutter
|Camera Type:||Twin Lens Reflex|
|Condition:||Very good with only slight signs of use|
|Year of Production:||1957|
|Country of Origin:||Germany|
Baby Rolleiflex 4x4 grey version, 1957
The automatic Rolleiflex 4 x 4, popularly known as the “grey baby” Rolleiflex, was introduced in 1957 for an announced price of $133.65. It is a twin-lens reflex with rotary knob transport taking 12 images of 4x4cm on 127 film. It has a Schneider Xenar 60 mm/3.5 taking lens and a Heidosmat 60 mm/2.8 viewfinder lens.
Image format 38 mm x 38 mm so called "super slides" (the same size as 35 mm slides, but with a larger picture area). This Rolleiflex has several Japanese lookalikes, such as the Yashica 44.
Beautiful collector’s model with original wrist strap, close-up lenses, lens hood, lens cap and instruction booklet (Dutch text).
Fine and working shutter. Should not be missing from any Rollei collection.
See photos for an impression.
A thing of beauty is a joy forever...
Will be sent by registered and insured mail.
|Member since:||December 17, 2012|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.it is not a leica-replica, it is a toy for children
max 10 euro. really a bad descriptionPlease note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically...it would be fair if you change the feedback to neutral...
* it is not a toy... it is not for children...
* what's wrong with the description?...
* what's wrong about the 10 photo's of the item?
Read the text and look carefully at the photo's...
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United States||$ 42.80|
|United Kingdom||$ 25.18|
|Rest of Europe||$ 33.27|
|Anywhere else||$ 42.80|
Save shipping costs
You can pick up this lot from the seller: Neerpelt (Vlaams Gewest), Belgium.
If you win more than one lot sold by the same seller in the same auction, your shipment will be combined. In this case, only the shipping costs of whichever lot has the highest shipping costs will be applied.
Question about this lot?