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The Vito Automatic F was produced by Voigtlander in the mid-1960's. There is vary little information available for this model and is believed to have been an alternate version of the Vito Automatic I due to the fact that it appears in a footnote of the 1964 ad for the Vito Automatic I.



Vito Automatic F Features:

  • Manufacture: Voigtlander
  • Country: Germany
  • Years Produced: 1960-1968 (estimated)
  • Type: Ridged Body Fixed Lens
  • Film Type: 35mm
  • Lens: Unknown
  • Shutter Type: Unknown


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1962 Vito Automatic R


The Vito Automatic R was produced by Voigtlander introduced in 1962 or 1963. It has a Lanthar f/2.8 50mm lens with a Prontor-Lux Scaleless shutter, models after

1964 feature the Prontormatic 125 shutter along with the Color-Lanthar f/2.8 50mm lens. It has a Cable Release socket and a center mounted accessory shoe. It also has a coupled rangefinder and quick-focus zone markings on the distance scale. It also features the same red / green indicator of the Vito Automatic I.



Vito Automatic F Features:

  • Manufacture: Voigtlander
  • Country: Germany
  • Years Produced: 1962 or 63 - 1968 (estimated)
  • Type: Ridged Body Fixed Lens
  • Film Type: 35mm
  • Lens: Lenthar f/2.8 50mm or Color-Lanthar f/2.8 50mm
  • Shutter Type: Prontor-Lux Scaleless or Prontormatic 125
  • Accessory Shoe: Center

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