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The Billy I is a folding camera manufactured by Agfa in the 1950s, first variant in 1950, another in 1952. It should not be confused with the inter-war Agfa Billy Jgetar 8.8 which was also named the Agfa Billy I from 1931 onward.
- Camera type: Pocket folding with viewfinder
- Shutter type: Vario or Pronto
- Shutter speeds: B, 1/25s, 1/50s, 1/200s
- Lens: Agfa Agnar 105mm f/6.3
- Lens aperture range: f/6.3-f/22 in 5 discrete stops
- Lens focusing range: 1m-10m, infinity
- Film size: 120 roll
- Negative size: 6x9cm; 8 exposures per roll
More information Edit
- Agfa Billy group on flickr.com
- Agfa Billy entry at Pbase.com
- At fotocommunity.de (in German/auf Deutsch)