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|The 3-finder version Diax Ia for interchangeable lenses|
The Diax is a series of 35mm viewfinder and rangefinder cameras made from 1947 to 1957 by the company Walter Voss based in Ulm/Donau (Germany). A characteristic model was the Diax Ia for interchangeable lenses, with 3 different viewfinders in the top, each in a different color: blue for 35mm lenses, yellow for 85 or 90mm lenses and neutral for 45 or 50 mm lenses. The Diax II, Diax IIa and Diaxette models were rangefinder cameras. The b models were like the a models, but with rapid film advance lever.
In English and German:
- Diax website by Peter Geisler (the man who wrote the book about Diax)
- Diax ib and iib Camera Manual : Photo-Manuals.com
- Diax section on Retrography.com by Simon Simonsen, Denmark
- Diax website by Leif Johansen