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he Kine Exakta might have been the first 35mm SLR camera. It was developed by Ihagee's engineer Karl Nüchterlein. The camera type was derived from the Ihagee-EXAKTA for rollfilm 4×6.5 cm, an earlier SLR-creation of Nüchterlein. The Kine Exakta was presented at the fair Leipziger Früjahrsmesse in spring 1936, one and a half year earlier than the Sport made by GOMZ.
- Type: SLR
- Manufacturer: Ihagee
- Year of launch: 1936
- Film: 35mm
- Lens mount: Ihagee bayonet (=Exakta bayonet)
- Shutter: textile focal plane shutter with speeds 12 sec. to 1/1000 sec.
- Viewfinder: screen loupe over the mirror, additional loupe on top of collapsible light well
- Film advance: lever
- Dimensions: 150×82×50mm
- Weight: 720g (body only)
- Kine Exakta and Exakta at dresdner-kameras.de text in German
- The Exakta and Exa Pages in German
- Ihagee Products and History mostly English, also German, French
- Collectors' Club Exakta Circle