| Retina II F|
Picture by David Broglin. (Image rights)
The Retina IIF, made by Kodak AG between 1964 and 1967 in Germany, is a 35mm rangefinder camera with a flash holder built in to the top plate. There was also a PC socket for external flash. Coupled exposure metering was provided, with a needle-centring display in the viewfinder. A PX-13 battery was fitted in the base to fire the AG-1 flash bulb.
The Retina IIF had the designation type 047.
- Lens: Xenar 45mm f/2.8
- Shutter: Compur, 1-1/500 + B, with flash sync and self-timer
- Film speed range: 12-1250 ASA