The 35mm Vitessa camera, model N was manufactured by the Voigtlander & Sohn A.G. in circa 1956. This camera was similar to the original however it included a flash shoe with an external sync. It featured a built-in selenium cell photo electric exposure meter, which was made by Bertram of Munich, who were famous for exposure meters. It was fitted with a 50mm Color Skopar f2.8 or a 50mm Ultron F2 six element lens and mounted in a Synchro-Compur shutter with speeds from 1 to 1.500 of a second and light values. The speed was synchronized for all types of flash. It also had a built in timer. It was originally retailed for $154.50.
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