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Asahi Pentax. (AP). !957. Sn. 144172.

Lens Enna Munchen Super Lithagon 35/2,5 . Sn. 2192245. Soon to substituted by Takumar 58/2,4, sn.154707.

Asahi Pentax 1957. Sn. 142306.

Objektiv Takumar 55/2,2.

S3 of 1960. Sn: 394099.

Brassing.

Rectaflex - Angenieux

Rectaflex: fingertip time setting

Rectaflex logo

Rare Miranda

Savoyflex of 1958 - France

The famous Contax S

The Duel: Contax vs Rectaflex. See 1948-1954

One of Worlds oldest living PP SLRs

Focaflex - an amazing construction - non PP Special

Focaflex rewind

Praktica Service Version

1949: Alpa 45 degree viewer

Zenit of 1952

Wirgin Edixa Reflex of 1954

The Nikon F of 1959

Asahi Pentax K of 1958

Asahi Pentax SV of 1963

Pentax Electro Spotmatic of 1971

Konica Autoreflex T - 1968

Miranda C 1959

Miranda GT Light Meter System

Sensomat of '72

Worlds First Auto Focus Pentax ME F of 1981

Agfa Ambiflex 1958

Voigtländer Bessamatic 1959

Details Asahi Pentax

Details Asahi Pentax S

Details Asahi Pentax K

Details Asahi Pentax S2

Praktica FX/Zeiss PP SLR converter

Ihagee VX of 1951

Kowa of Japan

Zeiss Ikon Contaflex

Pentax *ist

Pentax S3 with Lightmeter

Miranda Laborex

Miranda DX3 1976

Praktica V F 1965

The mythic Zunow

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08.04 | 13:30

Hi,
Thank you! You are right, and I have corrected the chapter of Rolleiflex.
However, the first Voigtländer VSL-1, under Rollei control, had M42 mount.

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07.04 | 11:50

Hi. The Rolleiflex 35 models did not use M42 but the QBM mount, which is identical to the Voigtländer bayonet.
http://www.klassik-cameras.de/RolleiflexSL35.htm

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22.03 | 22:04

Hi,
You are right, and I have described it as such in the chapter about Voigtländer.
(1959-1969). But it came out wrong here, and will be corrected. Thanks!

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22.03 | 20:36

The Bessamatic had interchangeable lenses (think Zoomar, the first 35mm camera zoomlens). Nice site, keep it up

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