I bought a second Clack and I am giving it away !
The Clack is a classic and it was made between 1954 and 1965 in Munich, millions of them were made (1.65 according to Wikipedia). It uses a simple meniscus 95mm lens and shoots 6×9 on a curved film plane. The one I am giving away is an eraly model, it has a metal housing and a bakelite interior. Shutterspeed is approx. 1/30 and aperture is f/11. So you need to use slow film, ISO 50 is best, 100 works.
It takes pics like these:
The deal goes like this: you send me two exposed 35mm rolls and a roll of your favourite film unexposed. I send you two exposed 35mm rolls and an Agfa Clack.
First one to react and agree gets is.
Greetings Gauthier – Walter – Wouter – Walterius Montis -