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Retina IIIs

datasheet_loginThe Retina IIIs Camera was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak company from a short duration 1959 to 1961. The first rigid body camera constructed entirely of metal and overed in leather. The serial number ranges were 50112 to 88330 and EK800080 to EK808025 for the small meter and 90205 to 140451 and EK815452 to EK833493. Designed with a synchro-compur shutter capable of speeds from 1 to 1/500 of a second and synchronized for all types of flash. various 50 mm len options could be fitted, including a Retina Xenar f/2.8; a Retina Xenon f/1.9; a Retina Ysarex f/2.8; a Retina Heligon f/1.9. Additional features included the dlight meter automatically coupled to the diaphragm, all interchangeable lens coupled to rangefinder, rapid advance lever winds film and cocks shutter, double exposure protection. Priced at 143.95 with the Retina Xenar f/2.8 lens and 173.95 for teh Retina Xenon f/1.9 lens.

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