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In the early 1930's Kodak bought the struggling Nagel Camera Werks company in Stuttgart and took over their operation. For a while they continued to make the same designs that Dr. Nagel had invented but they also made other cameras there such as the famous Kodak Retina series. This is the Kodak Vollenda model and there is also a Nagel Vollenda model from a year or two earlier that is the exact same camera. Lovely little thing, takes 127 roll film and has a great folding design. The shutter has to be cocked with one lever then fired with a seperate lever. All manual so you need a meter with it, nice folding viewfinder, folding key winder knob, lovely nickel plating on the hardware. A solid build and delightful pocketable design.

clickiemcpete This photo was shot on film. Taken by clickiemcpete with a Canon 7E loaded with Lomography Color Negative 400 film (available in our Online Shop) in Gill, MA, United States. This photo can also be found in the album Trip Down Vintage Lane, Cam Porn Content!.

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  1. lighthouseblues


    What a beauty!!

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