Kodak retina IIc film camera

Kodak retina IIc film camera Kodak retina IIc film camera Film Cameras

The Retina IIc is a 35mm rangefinder camera made in Stuttgart, Germany by Kodak AG between the years 1954 - 1957. Approximately 136,000 were made.

It has a coated six-element 50mm f/2.8 Schneider-Kreuznach Retina-Xenon or Rodenstock Retina-Heligon lens, stopping down to f/22. The shutter is a Synchro-Compur with speeds of 1 - 1/500 second, plus 'B'. The shutter has the Exposure Value system whereby the aperture and shutter speed controls are linked. The range is from EV 3 to 18. There is a self-timer with a delay of approx 10 seconds (selected with the 'V' setting).

This one is fitted with a Rodenstock Retina-Heligon 2.8/50mm lens

The front part of the lens has a bayonet and can be interchanged for a 35mm f/5.6 Curtar Wide-angle or a 80mm f/4 Longar Telephoto lens.

Camera is in good condition and working well . Shutter fires on all speeds and consistent. The rangefinder is working well too. Safety cover for the film door lock is missing which doesn't affect the functionality. Camera comes with the original case and a filter.

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