sábado, junio 04, 2011

Rolleiflex SL35M

(Image better seen at the largest size). The Rolleiflex SL 35M has some relationship with one of the lasts Zeiss Ikon cameras, the SL 706. The 35M and the identical Voigtländer VSL 1 BM have the QBM bayonet. The camera has self-timer, TTL Cds coupled lightmeter, DOF preview, double diagonal split image in the vewfinder, hot shoe and PC terminal for flash, shutter cable release, mechanical shutter with focal plane fabric curtain (B,1/2sec to 1/1000sec), it was made by Rollei Singapore from 1976 to 1979 and sold in the black version only.

The standard lens is a Planar 1.8/50 designed by Carl Zeiss based on the previous Carl Zeiss Ultron 1.8/50 for Zeiss Ikon and Voigtländer cameras, including the Zeiss Ikon SL 706. The Carl Zeiss Ultron was an evolution regarding the 1950 Voigtländer Ultron 2/50. The Planar was labeled Color Ultron for the Voigtländer cameras made by Rollei.-
Note: My blog about the Rolleiflex SL 35 System: http://rolleiflexsl35system.blogspot.com/2011/06/rolleiflex-sl-35-system.html

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