New photos in the gallery with photos taken with cameras sold by us! This time 3 cameras at once :-) 1935 Zeiss Ikon Super Ikonta C 1947 Welta Weltax 1955 Voigtlander Perkeo
New in Tips and Tricks! Prewar 6x4.5 Super Ikonta A & Prewar 6x9 Super Ikonta C with a 6x4.5 reduction mask
120 roll film was originally introduced in 1901 by Kodak for the no. 2 Brownie box camera. This film was designed to produce 6x9 images and was soon adopted for use by many manufacturers. Until the end of the 1930’s this film only had a single line of numbers (1 to 8) on the backing paper....................................
The Super Ikonta D was a large format rangefinder camera that was produced in Germany from the 1934 - 1936 by Zeiss-Ikon. It used (obsolete) 616 film to create 6.5x11 negatives and it was the only camera within the Super Ikonta line to do so. All the other models used normal 120 roll film.
At the request of one of our clients, we customized a Super Ikonta D to create a unique coupled rangefinder panorama camera..............
New photos in the gallery with photos taken with cameras sold by us! 1937 Zeiss Ikon Contax III body
New in Tips and Tricks! 6x6 Super Ikonta B film loading tips