The Vito CLR 35mm camera was manufactured by Voigtlander & Sohn from approximately 1962 to 1968. Designed to use standard 35 mm film providing up to 36 exposures. Like the other Vito cameras, the CD was a rigid all metal constructed camera, covered in black grain leather with satin chrome finish on the exposed metal. It was similar to the Vito CL, except that it had a coupled rangefinder. It was fitted with a three element Voightlander Color-Lanthar f2.8 50mm lens or a four element Color-Skopar f2.8 50mm lens, mounted in a Prontor LK leaf shutter, providing speeds up to 1/500 of a second. additional features included a self timer, film counter, film indicator, and meter needle to be seen in the viewfinder.
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