In good, working condition
|Camera Type:||Plate Camera|
|Lenses Brand:||Zeiss, Carl|
This smallest version of the Deckrollo cameras dates back to the 1920s. This particularly beautifully constructed camera finds its origin in the Contessa-Nettel factory, which became part of the new Zeiss Ikon in 1926. The camera offered here has serial number L 58819 and is equipped with a Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar f/4.5 7.5 cm with serial number 546265. The technical condition is good. Beautiful clear lens without scratches, fungus or separation. Smoothly running distance setting with a large dial on top of the camera. Beautiful light-tight bellows. The shutter (up to 1/1200 sec!) runs well, but the speeds have not been checked. The curtain is no longer light-proof and for the enthusiast a piece of shutter curtain is included. The camera comes with an original back with unbroken and complete focusing screen.
The appearance of the camera is neat, but not mint. Bellows and nickel fittings are good. The leather is complete but has clearer traces of use (see photos)
A camera that is not easy to find in this small size.
PM. 1. The Zeiss light box is used for decoration and is not part of this lot.
2. The Contax IIa is shown only to compare the dimensions.
|Member since:||March 14, 2014|
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|Rest of Europe||$29.70|
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