The Icarette model D was manufactured by the Ica A.G. camera company of Dresden, Germany in from approximately 1912 to 1925. Capable of capturing six or twelve exposures, slightly larger than the model C, at 2 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches in size on roll film. This camera was constructed entirely out of metal with the body made from aluminum. It is covered in black seal grain leather with a black leather bellows. The exposed metal parts are either black enameled or nickel finished. Features included a rising front, an extra large iconometer finder that is collapsible made with an indestructible metal mirror, an automatically locking infinity focus when the bellows are drawn out and a adjustment for closer distances up to three feet are made by means of a lever, a horizontal and horizontal tripod socket was provided. The Icarette model D camera was fitted with an Ica Dominar f8, or a Carl Zeiss Tessar lenses. The Compur shutter was capable of providing speeds from 1 to 1/250 of a second. The camera measures 8 1/4 x 1 1/2 x 4 inches and weighs 31 ounces.
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