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The Iloca Rapid B is a fixed lens rangefinder made by Iloca from 1954 to abt. 1958. The name "Rapid" refers to the fast wind lever. It is equipped with a Steinheil Cassar S 2.8/50 lens on a Prontor SVS shutter.


This camera was particularly successful in the USA since it was sold by Sears & Roebuck under the name "Tower 51" and by Realist (Realist 35). In the UK, it's name was Iloca Quick B.

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