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Kodak Retinette 1A Type 035 (pronto Schneider-Kreuznachn remar f:3.5/50mm) With 6 months Warranty


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Condition: 7/10 with 6 months warranty ,lens not clean

Description :  Kodak Retinette is the name of a classic series of cameras manufactured by the Eastman Kodak company. They were introduced in 1939 as a less expensive alternative to the Kodak Retina series. The first models were of the folding type using bellows and their lenses had three elements as compared to the four element Tessar lenses (Greek: Tessera meaning four) of the Retina series. The first non-folding (rigid) variant was introduced in 1954 with the model 022.They most often featured Schneider Kreuznach Reomar lenses but, sometimes, Rodenstock Reomar lenses were installed.The Rodenstock lenses were based on the original Schneider Kreuznach triplet (three optical element) design. Kodak Anastigmat Angénieux lenses were also used especially for the French market. Common shutters included Compur–Rapid as well as various Pronto, Vero and Kodak models

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Retinette IA is engraved with lowercases
Lens: Schneider-Kreuznach Reomar, three elements, 50mmf/3.5
Aperture: up to f/22, setting ring and scale on the lens-shutter barrel
Focus range: 1-10m +inf.
Focusing: front element focusing, calibrated scale with zone stops (1-2-3 dots from portrait to landscape), w/DOF scale
Shutter: Pronto leaf shutter, -read more


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I have written before about the perils of buying old cameras on eBay, and I learned as soon as I put my eye to the viewfinder that I fell into one of them with this camera. One of the pieces of glass inside the viewfinder had worked its way loose – maybe it happened in shipping, or maybe the seller just neglected to mention it in the listing. Whatever, the glass’s funky angle blurred the view – instant myopia! – making framing shots difficult.

I have written before about the perils of using a camera without reading the manual first. I took a bunch of shots before I realized that the camera’s focus scale is in meters, not feet. At least those shots looked exactly like they did through the viewfinder.-read more







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Type: 35mm Camera

Vendor: Kodak