Wednesday, 27 December 2006
Interessante ed inusuale accessorio della Exakta, si tratta del visore stereo "Stereflex" e di un prisma per fotografie stereo a distanza ravvicinata, direi questo forse più raro del visore. Il visore Stereflex si inserisce al posto del prisma o del pozzetto, il prisma si avvita davanti all'obiettivo e permette di riprendere da 15 cm a 2 metri. Si usa con obiettivi da 50mm con passo filtri 49mm. Per foto da 2 metri in all'infinito è necessario un'altro prisma.
Sold for EUR 450
Ihagee Parvola Helical-Telescoping. The Camera was manufactured by Ihagee Camera Werks of the Steenbergen & Company of Dreseden Germany. Camera uses 127 roll film. The camera is covered with original black leatherette, which is all. The Nickel metal edges are in excellent condition and the chrome bezel around the shutter is shinny. The Camera shutter a Pronto provides for several speed T, B, 1/25, 1/25, 1/50, 1/100 and seems to be working fine, also the self timer goes. The lens is a Jhagee Anastigmatf4,5 70mm serial 42263 clear and clean with no fungus inside. Camera was manufactured in 1931. Initially called Klein-Ultrix but the name was immediately changed to Parvola. At the end of 1932 the name was changed again to Kleinbild-Ultrix, but publicity and catalogs are not consistent in the use of different names. For use by collectors the designation Parvola prevails, probably to avoid confusion with other Ultrix models. This camera was sometimes known as "Secret Service".
Sold for US$ 77,87
The camera is optical and technical in very good condition an functionally. The shutter runs on all settings, lens is clear, aperture works good. Finder is bright and clear. Vertical shift works, horizontal shift is stuck, it needs some oil. The camera has double extension. Groundglass is complete, two plateholders comes with the camera. Also a nice original cardboardcase with dates of lens, body, shutter and camera type. All dates are the same on the camera.
Lens: Trioplan 4,5/13,5cm
Film: Platten 9x12cm
Sold for EUR 75,00
Tuesday, 26 December 2006
Monday, 25 December 2006
This is an automatic 135/3.5 Schneider Tele-Xenar lens with the coupled selenium meter for Ihagee Exakta bayonet. The serial number is 7173054. The selenium meter is coupled on these beautfiul lenses and mechanically is functioning well. The meter responds well to light but I won't give an accuracy guarantee on 40 year old selenium.