Hi all, It's been brought to my attention that there have been a number of..
Trying to find a light leak.0 replies
My recently acquired Super Ikonta 530/2 had several light leaks. Most were near ..
Got my Dad's Super Ikonta III 531/16!9 replies
Hey everyone - I'm new to this group and kind of new to this camera. I played ar..
Super Ikonta 531/23 replies
HI folks, just joined, I've just bought a really good condition 531/2, just load..
How do you meter for exposure?12 replies
There are plenty of apps but they're unreliable especially when developer does n..
Which Zeiss Ikon Medium Format Cameras Do You Use?165 replies
First, I'd like to thank everyone for joining the group and contributing so many..
Ford focus service manual. I want to know, if I can post pictures taken on a Nettar 6x6 body with an Englis..
UV/Skylight filter for Super Ikonta 6x4.5, f/3.5 Tessar?3 replies
Is it possible to source a UV/Skylight filter, either 32mm push on or (external)..
Minor issues - 532/1624 replies
Have already queried Jurgen Kreckel post-repair but I think he might be stumped ..
Any recommendations for getting a vintage film developed in this day and age hop..
Red Dot settings.1 reply
They say that the only stupid question is the one that you did not ask, so here ..
Sekonic l-208 or other reflective light meter.1 reply
Anyone using one for any Zeiss ikon super? I don't like using sunny 16 and hope ..
Zeiss Ikon Nettar Serial Numbers
Zeiss Ikon Contessa(type 533/24) Manufactured from 1960 to 1961, fitted with a non-interchangeable Tessar lens in a Pronto shutter and fitted with an uncoupled exposure meter. Contessa 35 instruction manual on Mike Butkus' excellent website. Back to Camera List.
Zeiss Ikon Zm Serial Numbers
No 258646) was not the shutter serial (which was engraved on the side) or model number, but a German patent number. Super Ikonta C (530/2) The Super Ikonta range was introduced in the early 1930s in several models for different film frame sizes, including the Super Ikonta A, B and C for 4.5x6, 6x6 and 6x9cm, respectively. This is a Contessa 35 (model 533/24), a compact folding 35mm rangefinder camera made in Stuttgart, Germany by Zeiss-Ikonbetween the years 1950 and 1955. The Contessa was designed as a premiere fixed lens compact folding camera that had the features and quality of the best of what Germany could offer at the time. Zeiss Ikon Contina Ia (type 526/24) This solid and well-made camera was manufactured from 1954-1958. It is fitted with a Novar-Anastigmat 45mm f/3.5 lens in a Prontor SVS shutter.