Zeiss Ikon Ica Volta Folding Plate Camera 1920s This is an average worn condition Zeiss Ikon Ica Volta 106/1 folding self-casing plate camera in 6x9cm format. Lens is a Preminar f4.5/100mm with Klio shutter, working. Probably 1925 following the merger of Ica with Zeiss.
Leica 1A 1930 A well-worn but functional Leica 1A. The black has eroded wonderfully to expose the brass underneath – who knows what great photos this once took? This was from a batch of some 25,000 produced in 1930. The fact everything still works is testimony to the brilliance of Oskar Barnack and the Ernst Leitz team. This is a Leica 1A – the camera that started the 35mm revolution, made just 3 years after its introduction. No one knows how many survived wars but they are relatively…
Voigtlander VAG 9x12cm Folding Plate Camera 1934 A lovely example of a Voigtlander VAG folding plate camera featuring the f4.5/105mm Skopar lens and rare Compur shutter (1sec-1/250th + T & B), putting it at 1934. Compur shutter has FD – F.Dekel – logo. Reportedly, the last camera designed by Reinhold Heidecke for Voigtlander before he and Paul Frank founded the Rolleiflex company (Frank&Heidecke).
KW Dresden ‘ Patent Etui’ Folding Plate Camera 1921 If cameras could talk this one would have a rich tale to tell. It is one of the early KW (Kamera Werkstatten) Patent Etui compact folding models from Dresden in the early 1920s, with an f4.5/105mm Zeiss Jena Tessar lens and dial-set Compur shutter. KW was established by Paul Guthe and Benno Thorsch and went through several changes due to WW2 and the Soviets and eventually became the company to produce the Prakticaflex.
Nikon One 1949 This very rare Nikon One camera, with 1:2 5cm (50mm) Nikkor-H lens, this is an original ‘Made in Occupied Japan’ Nikon One, of which it is estimated that only 400 were delivered (source: Rotoloni, Nikon Historical Society). Lens diaphragms and focus wheel working well so overall condition is good. Made during the US post-war occupation of Japan as industry was transitioned to peacetime activity, this is a Nikon One 1949 camera of important historical significance.
Leica M5 Black Body Only 1973 A handsome all-black Leica M5 body in excellent condition aside from a small blotch of rust on the lower left-hand strap lug. Can only assume a damp strap caused it but it is very minor. 1973 manufactured it is otherwise very clean inside and out and leatherette is immaculate.
Canon A-1 + FD 50mm f1.4, Vintage Film Camera and Lens
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Nikon PC-E. I admit, I love the look of portrait photographer used tilt-shift, but I have a huge fear that it's going to be considered very "dated" soon . part of me doesn't care, and that part of me is why I'm adding this to my wish list.
Exacta Varex VX with 35mm lens 1952 A genuine Ihagee Dresden Exacta Varex VX from 1952 with a 3.5/35mm A.Schacht Ulm Travegon wideangle lens, which is scarce in chrome. Both camera and lens are in good working order and clean. Pentaprism is removable. There is a case missing its top but we are looking for a better one!
Rolleiflex 2.8C Type2 With Accessories Mint 1953 This Rolleiflex TLR 120 rollfilm camera comes in mint condition with mint case plus the Rolleikin 35mm format adaptor kit (unused). Taking lens is the high-efficiency Schneider 2.8/80mm Xenotar. Also instruction book and 2 genuine F&H filters, medium yellow and orange. Original cardboard box is in poor shape but camera case and accessories are mint. This Rollei has hardly seen any film through it which is quite amazing.
With gorgeous imageseven in low light, incredible speed, and a wealth of high-end features, the Olympus OM-D is the best Micro Four Thirds camera that money can buy. It's an easy Editors' Choice award winner.