sábado, septiembre 19, 2015
The Voigtländer Bergheil was made in Braunschweig, Germany, from 1911 up to about 1941. It was considered a pro-camera or for the advanced amateur. It uses 6,5x9 glass plates or film sheets, it can also use 120 roll film via an adapter. This sample is provided with an uncoated Heliar 4,5/105mm a five elements high quality lens. The bellows can be moved up-down and from side to side for perspective control. The camera is light and very easy to carry. (click on thumbnail).