Ikonta, Nettar - Antique and Vintage Cameras

Ikonta

Zeiss-Ikon

Stuttgart

West Germany

Image of Ikonta

Lens:
f3.5, 75 mm Novar. Coated. Iris diaphragm to f32.

Shutter:
Prontor SVS, speeds 1 - 1/300, B. Delayed action. X, M Flash synchronisation.

Construction:
Metal body with leatherette covering, leather bellows.

Format:
16, 6 x 4.5 cm exposures on 120 roll-film.

Focusing:
Front-cell focusing to 3 feet.

Attributes:
Direct-vision (lens/lens) view-finder.
Film advance indicated by red window, coupled to shutter, a small window on the camera body indicates if the film has been advanced since making an exposure.
Film reminder dial.

Serial Number:
A36122 .

Notes:
Retailers label: Wallace Heaton.

With:
Lens hood A32 fitting. G 2x yellow filter, S35.5 fitting, female thread. Case for camera.

This is a post-war version of a 1939 model Ikonta.

Code Names:
521 - Camera. 1111 - Lens hood. 353 - Filter.

References & Notes:
BJA 1955, pp. 240, 606. ZI Cat."If only I had my Camera", 1939, p. 13.

Ikonta 11

c. 1953

Zeiss-Ikon

Stuttgart

West Germany

Image of Ikonta 11

Lens:
f4.5, 75 mm Novar. Coated. Iris diaphragm to f22.

Shutter:
Prontor SV, speeds 1 - 1/300, B. Delayed action. X, M Flash synchronisation.

Construction:
Metal body.

Format:
12, 6 x 6 cm exposures on 120 roll-film.

Focusing:
Front-cell focusing to 3 feet.

Attributes:
Direct-vision (lens/lens) view-finder.
Film advance indicated by red window, coupled to shutter.
Film reminder dial.

With:
Instructions. Case.

This is a post-war version of the Ikonta, also available with a Compur shutter.

Code Names:
523/16 - Camera. 1230/16 - Case.

Nettar

Post-war model

Zeiss-Ikon

Stuttgart

West Germany

Image of Nettar

Lens:
f4.5, 105mm, Novar. Coated. Iris diaphragm to f22.

Shutter:
Vario, between-the-lens, speeds 1/25, 1/75, 1/200, B. Flash synchronisation.

Construction:
Leatherette covered metal body, leather bellows.

Format:
8, 6 x 9 cm exposures on 120 roll-film.

Focusing:
Front-cell focusing to 5 feet.

Attributes:
Direct-vision (lens/lens) view-finder.
Film advance indicated by red window. Shutter release on body interconnected to film advance. Separate cocking of shutter.
Depth-of-field scale. Film reminder dial. Self-erecting front.

With:
Instructions. Receipt dated 1954 from Dollond. Case.

Code Names:
518/2.

References & Notes:
BJA 1955, p. 606.

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