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Zeiss Ikon Ikoflex II (851/16)

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€199,00 EUR
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€199,00 EUR

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  • Optics: 3 / 5

  • Mechanics: 2 / 5


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🇪🇺 EU 10€ | 1-3 days
🇺🇸 USA 20€ (~$24) | 3-5 days
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Ground glass is dim. Focusing plane is crooked beyond repair. Shutter fires, slow speeds get stuck. Sold as is.

Zeiss Ikon Ikoflex II (851/16)

A TLR camera introduced by Zeiss Ikon in 1936. The camera originally had a lever for focusing, but an upgrade in 1938 means the II (851/16) is also available with a focusing knob. Possible lens/shutter -combinations include a 75mm f3.5 Tessar with Compur-Rapid, 75mm f3.5 Triotar with Compur and 80mm f4.5 Novar in Klio.

  • Taking lens: 75mm f3.5 Tessar, 75mm f3.5 Triotar or 80mm f4.5 Novar.
  • Shutter: Compur, Compur-Rapid or Klio with speeds 1-1/300s + T + B.
  • Closest focusing distance: 1m.
  • Light Seals

    Light seals, are thin strips of black foam that keep unwanted light from leaking into your camera body. Since they degrade with time, we replace them on every camera that needs it. This keeps your images free of light leaks.

  • Automatic Exposure / Metering

    The amount of automatic features in a camera will determine the path of machine testing we must perform. These tests can check light meters and automatic features through a range of exposure values. Calibrated lenses and calibrated light boxes also assist in this process.

  • Shutter Speeds

    We use period-appropriate, professional-grade testing equipment as necessary to accurately assess shutter performance. These machines tell us how long a shutter stays open and whether or not the shutter curtains are moving correctly. We have multiple machines that allow us to test nearly every camera type available.

  • Infinity Focusing & Rangefinder Alignment

    Our collimator is used to simulate infinity focus for the purpose of ensuring lens alignment & focus at any distance. We also use a special high-contrast target board to ensure that rangefinders are properly aligned both vertically & horizontally.

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