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Kodak Retina II Camera

The Kodak Retina II was manufactured by Kodak AG in Stuttgart Germany from 1937 to 1950. Designed similar to the retina I, however with a built-in coupled coincidence-type range finder and a top mounted finger tip shutter release button. Designed as a high speed camera with improved lens options including an F2.0 or a F2.8 Schneider Xenon Anstigmat lens coupled with a compur-rapid shutter. The Retina II produced standard 35mm format images 24 x 36cm or approximately 1 x 1/2 inches. Constructed of a die-cast metal body, covered with black morroco leather and finished with satin-chrome metal hardware. Features included depth of focus scale, automatic film-measuring device, exposure counter, bracket for rangefinder, push button release bed, eye-level finder, tripod socket. Originally priced at 57.50.

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