A medium format camera this piece of German optical engineering gives 8 frames per roll!
I found this little old camera in the trash. How could someone throw it in garbage? Well, it was in the middle of other old things, but it’s calling for help, calling for somebody to rescue it from an awful destiny and feed it again with fresh (or dated) film. That exactly what I did.
This faded beauty is a powerful little and funny shaped piece of Germany optical and mechanical engineering! It´s single element lens was perfect designed to give sharp images from 3m to infinite and they add a little additional lens for closer portraits.
It´s a 120 film camera with a 6×9cm sized frame, that means 8 photos in one roll, but you can imagine a 135 film on it? I can! 9cm wide of sprocket beauty!
Do you prefer 6×6? With a little bit of imagination and some black paper you can mask the camera to square photography (don’t forget to drill a little hole in the back to see the number for 6×6 format in 120 films, and sealed it with some red rosco gels). It´s a little versatile and brave camera that can be modified and used for Lomography and toy camera lovers alike.