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The Ikoflex II (851/16) is a TLR camera that was made by Zeiss Ikon from 1936 onwards. Confusingly, it was renamed Ikoflex I in 1939[1]. It created 6x6cm negatives (or slides) on 120 film.

SpecificationsEdit

  • Taking lens: Carl Zeiss Jena, or Zeiss-Opton T (coated), Tessar 75mm, f/3.5. (10 aperture blades).
  • Viewing lens: Teronar-Anigstigmat f/3.5
  • Focusing range: 3 feet 6 inches to infinity.
  • Shutter: Zeiss Ikon Compur-Rapid, T/B/1s - 1/500s or Prontor 1-1/300s.
  • Double-exposure prevention, because the camera must be wound on before firing. If the film counter has reached past 12, the shutter will also not fire.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Pacific Rim Cameras

LinksEdit

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