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Ilford Sportsman

Serial Number 262132

The Sportsman Vario takes 35 mm film in a standard 35 mm cassette - that is, the light-tight metal container in which the film is sold and into which you must rewind the film after you have exposed it before opening the camera back. The picture size you will obtain is 24 x 36 mm. The camera in fitted with a rapid lever-wind and has a three-element lens with a focal length of 45 mm with a maximum aperture of f/2.8 The lens is coated and gives excellent results with both colour and black-and-white films. camera.

Ilford Sportsman

Serial Number 270161

The Sportsman Vario takes 35 mm film in a standard 35 mm cassette - that is, the light-tight metal container in which the film is sold and into which you must rewind the film after you have exposed it before opening the camera back. The picture size you will obtain is 24 x 36 mm. The camera in fitted with a rapid lever-wind and has a three-element lens with a focal length of 45 mm with a maximum aperture of f/2.8 The lens is coated and gives excellent results with both colour and black-and-white films. camera.

Voigtlander Vito C

(Zeiss 1960)

The Vito C was introduced in 1960, when Voigtlander was owned by Zeiss. It uses a 50mm f2.8 Lanthar lens with a Pronto four-speed shutter (with 30th, 60th, 125th and 250th sec speeds, plus Bulb).
It's a zone focus camera, so you need to 'guess' the distance of the subject and set it on the lens. There are three 'average' settings that equate roughly to single portrait, group portrait or landscape settings. It also doesn't have a light meter (later models did), so you either use the sunny 16 rule, or take a light meter with you. Pretty basic stuff - but it also means that there is no battery required.

Kodak Retinette 1B


This Type 037 camera was made between October 1959 and February 1963. It has a built-in coupled selenium meter made by Gossen; the meter readout is visible in the bright-line viewfinder, and is used by centering the meter needle. The lens is a Rodenstock Reomar 45mm f/2.8 in a Pronto-LK shutter, with speeds from 1/15 to 1/500 second, plus Bulb. The film is advanced with a lever, unusually mounted underneath the camera. This is made from plastic

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Ross-Ensign Selfix Snapper

Model 1 Plus Case


The Ross-Ensign Selfix Snapper is a medium format, self-erecting folding camera designed to take 6 x 9 cm (2 ¼ x 3 ¼") on 620 film made by Ensign circa 1953. The Selfix Snapper is a simple viewfinder camera with a cast metal body in grey crackle-finish paint.

Kodak Bantam Colorsnap 3

The Colorsnap 3 (1961-63), has a robust metal body with a molded plastic top structure, housing the small reverse-Galilean viewfinder. The Anaston lens is of glass, and coated. The focal length is two inches at f/3.9. The exposure scale around the lens is linked with pointers (for dark and light scenes) to four weather symbols on the front plate. There is a second scale on the EV ring, below the lens, for use with flash. The shutter-release is by the front of the viewfinder (larger than in previous models), and is a square plastic button which presses inwards (i.e. toward the photographer). The film is advanced by a lever on the right. The film reminder is on the photographer's left.

Agfa Silette SL


Silette SL is a 35 mm film viewfinder camera made by Agfa and introduced in 1957. It belongs to the long lasting Silette series.

The camera was advertised by Agfa as first 35 mm camera with coupled meter. The match-needle readout is on top plate. The body is a mixture between original Silette type 1 (1953) and type 3 (1958) with rapid winding lever on the top plate. Lens is Color-Solinar and the shutter is Prontor-SLK. The Selenium cell coupled exposure meter is semi-automatic; Adjust the settings for aperture or speed on the lens then transfer them directly to the meter and you could identify the correct exposure.

ILFORD Sporti Camera

Circa 1959 Plus Manual & Case

The Sporti camera takes 12 pictures, 2¼ in. square, on 120 size roll film, and the camera is fitted with a lens which can be focused from 5 feet to infinity. Easy-to-read focusing zones are marked on the front of the camera for taking close-ups, groups and views. Adjusting the camera for the right exposure is easy. All you have to do is load up with Ilford Selochrome Pan 120 roll film for summer snapshots and Ilford HP3 for the winter. The exposure control above the lens is then set, either for a sunny day, or for a cloudy day. The large shutter release button is conveniently placed on the front of the camera so that when it is squeezed there is no risk of camera shake.t



Agfa Optima 200 Sensor


The Optima 200 Sensor is a 35mm film viewfinder camera made by Agfa and introduced in 1969. The camera is the first one in the range of long lasting Agfa Optima Sensor series. Optima 200 was a big success of Agfa.

The exposure meter is a Selenium cell sensor. The lens is Agfa Color-Apotar 42mm f/2.8 in Paratic shutter with speeds 1/30-1/200.

In 1973 a slightly different version of the camera was introduced. It has plastic top housing, hot-shoe and different film speed setting.

Kodak Junior 620 Folding Camera


Self-erecting Viewfinder Folding Camera 1933

The Kodak Junior 620 was a self-erecting viewfinder folding camera for type No. 620 film rolls. It was made by the German Kodak AG branch of Kodak in the former Nagel factory in Stuttgart. Its design followed conceptions of earlier Nagel roll film folders like the Nagel Triumph: self-erecting, Gauthier shutter, Anastigmat lens, brilliant finder, and focusable lens. Bayonet optics firmly mounted Lens protection through the flap of the camera Miscellaneous Double tripod thread 3/8 "for portrait and landscape photography Film control window (red) on the back There are also versions with folding frame sports finder.

Roll film type 120 does not fit into the Junior 620 due to slightly different coil dimensions, the outer diameter of the coil core has to be slightly reduced (Ø23mm, length 64mm).

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