The Vito Automatic II was manufactured by Voigtlander & Sohn in circa 1963. This camera superseded the Dyanmatic camera started in 1961. It featured automatic shutter priority or manual, a brightline finder, lever wind, frame counter, accessory shoe and a cable release socket. A green/red signal in the viewfinder provided exposure status with the aperture automatically selected according shutter speed setting. Three selenium cells were arranged on the front of the lens. It was fitted with a Voigtlander Color Lanthar f2.8 50mm lens and mounted in a Prontor-matic V shutter capable of speeds up to 1/500th of a second.
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