Junka - Antique and Vintage Cameras

Junka

c. 1936

Junka-Kamera-Werk G. Zimmermann

Zirndorf b. Nürnberg

Germany

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Lens:
f8, 5 cm Optik, two sliding stops.

Shutter:
T & I shutter marked Z and M.

Construction:
Metal body, the lens twists and pulls out guided by a curved slot.

Format:
3 x 3.3 cm exposures on roll-film.

Focusing:
Fixed.

Attributes:
Frame view-finder.
Film advance indicated red window.

With:
Box.

The Junka was a simple miniature roll-film camera, it was produced by Junka-Kamera-Werk which was part of G. Zimmermann a large metal working establishment.

This example has a simple frame finder, other examples have an additional rear sight. Later models were fitted with a direct-vision finder fitted with lenses. The lens mount is marked F = 5 cm, other examples have a 4.5 cm lens. There is no tripod socket.

References & Notes:
DRP 654139 1937.

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