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The Nettar series by Zeiss Ikon was a successful range of folding cameras for 120 roll film. Several types for 6×9cm, 6×6cm and 6×4.5cm format with different lenses and even more different shutters were offered.

Nettar 510 Edit

  • Year of release: 1934
  • alternate name: Bob 510
  • Film Format: 120 roll film (6×4,5cm exposures)
  • Shutter: Derval leaf shutter, speeds 1/25 sec – 1/100 sec.
  • Lens: Nettar 1:6.3/75mm
  • Aperture: 6.3 to 22
  • Viewfinder: two frames

Nettar 510/2 Edit

  • Year of release: 1936
  • alternate name: Bob 510/2
  • Film Format: 120 roll film (6×9cm exposures)
  • Shutter: Gauthier leaf shutter, speeds 1/25 sec – 1/75 sec.
  • Lens: Nettar 1:7.7/105mm
  • Viewfinder: optical indirect vision viewfinder on the lens, additional viewfinder frames on body

Nettar 515 Edit

  • Year of release: 1937
  • Film Format: 120 roll film (6×4.5cm exposures)
  • Shutter: Klio leaf shutter, speeds 1 sec – 1/175 sec.
  • Lens: Nettar-Anastigmat 1:4.5/7.5cm
  • Aperture: 4.5 to 32
  • Viewfinder: two frames

Nettar 515/2 Edit

  • Year of release: 1937
  • Film Format: 120 roll film (6×9cm exposures)
  • Shutter:
    • Derval leaf shutter, speeds 1/25 sec – 1/100 sec;
    • Compur-Rapid 1 – 1/400
    • Prontor leaf shutter, speeds 1/25 - 1/200 + B)
    • Prontor-S 1-1/250 + B with delayed release feature
  • Lens:
    • Novar Anastigmat 1:6.3/105mm;
    • Nettar 1:3.5/105mm;
    • Nettar 1:4.5/105mm;
  • Aperture:
    • 6.3 to 32;
    • 3.5 to 32;
    • 4.5 to 32.
  • Viewfinder: optical indirect vision viewfinder on the lens

Nettar 515/16 Edit

  • Year of release: 1937
  • Film Format: 120 roll film (6×6cm exposures)
  • Shutter: Telma leaf shutter or KLIO 1/25 – 1/200, B, T
  • Viewfinder: two frames
  • Lens: Novar Anastigmat 1:6,3  f=7,5cm TELMA shutter
  • Lens: Nettar Anastigmat 1:4.5 f=7.5cm w/Klio shutter

Nettar II 517/16 Edit

  • Year of release: 1949
  • Film Format: 120 roll film (6×6cm exposures)
  • Shutter: Vero leaf shutter (or Pronto or Prontor-SV) , speeds 1/25 sec – 1/200 sec (or Prontor-SV: 1sec - 1/300 sec).
  • Lens: Novar Anastigmat 1:6.3/75mm, other version with a 1:4.5/75mm
  • Aperture: 6.3 to 22 (or 4.5 to 22)
  • Viewfinder: optical direct vision viewfinder below flash shoe

Nettar II 518/16 Edit

  • Year of release: 1949
  • alternate names: Signal Nettar, Nettar IIb
  • Film Format: 120 roll film (6×6cm exposures)
  • Shutter: Vario leaf shutter , speeds 1/25 sec – 1/200 sec. , alternate model with Prontor-SVS leaf shutter
  • Lens: Novar Anastigmat 1:4.5/75mm
  • Aperture: 4.5 to 22
  • Viewfinder: optical direct vision viewfinder below flash shoe

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