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Old camera Zeiss Ikon Nettar

In 1933, Zeiss introduced Nettar’s Zeiss Ikon Nettar 515/2 folding camera as an alternative to the more expensive Ikonta line. Production stopped in 1951. They changed it several times during production. In 1933 and 1934, the camera had a hexagonal clipboard. After 1934, he had around the pad. In 1937, they changed the Nettar logo to Zeiss Ikon. The camera consumes 120 movies (6 × 9 cm exposure). The dimensions are 155 x 80 x 42 mm. It weighs 650 grams. In some configurations, the camera also has a release socket with a pot holder, an upright and upright stand, a fast optical brilliant viewfinder and a collapsible frame, a gear lever and a trigger release delay time. The camera had many lenses / aperture combinations: Nettar 1: 7.7 / 10.5 cm Nettar 1: 6.3 / 10.5 cm, Nettar 1: 4.5 / 11 cm, Nettar 1: 3.5 / 10 , 5 cm, Novar Anastigmat 1: 6.3 / 105 mm, Novar Anastigmat 1: 4.5 / 11 cm and Tessar 1: 4.5 / 10.5 cm. The post-war combinations are Novar Anastigmat 1: 6.3 / 10.5 cm and Novar Anastigmat 1: 4.5 / 10.5 cm.

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