Vintage cars exhibition in Maria Pita's Square

Werlisa Progress. What it means? Just more plastic in the Certex version of the Werlisa of 1973, no other progress. This time the glass of the lenses is not blue. The usual fog due to the evaporation of the lens grease. This time it's, of course, white fog. The lens is almost clean but I must still clean up the internal surfaces, as you can appreciate on the photographs. The focus works better than in my other Werlisas. Anyway the point at infinite is never sharp. And I still got two more Certex Werlisa models waiting to be tested...
This film was developed by Fototecnia, my trusted lab in Square of Lugo, A Coruña.

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A Coruña
Werlisa Progress

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