£155.00 – £169.99
This functioning Zeiss Ikon camera is a real collector’s piece. The first TLR that Zeiss produced, its art deco design resembled a German coffee can from the trenches of the First World War, hence the nickname.
Its shutter, focussing and aperture adjustments of this camera all work. The viewing screen has fogged a bit with age, but it is still possible to see through it and that does not affect the functionality of this rare camera. This camera is in a well used condition; it is 85 years old after all!
The only difference between the Ikon I versions 1 and 2 is the shape of the top cover plate. The version 1 had a stepped pyramid shape and the version 2 was covered with the same leather as the rest of the camera body.
The self-cocking (single action) leaf shutter has T and B modes, plus 1/25, 1/50 and 1/100th second.
Measuring 95 x 198 x 95 mm with the viewfinder open and 95 x 140 x 95 mm with them closed. It weighs approximately 1070 g.
You can collect this in person, or select the option for insured tracked post.
This would make a superb Christmas present for a photographer or collector. It is also available with a 1 hour familiarisation lesson.
Collect In Person, Insured Post, Collect with 1 hour lesson
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