AnalogRev: Kodak Retina IIIC04:33

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Published on January 26, 2017

Ian & Warren get their hands on a classic – The Kodak Retina iiiC.
[The AnalogRev Show]:


Ian and Warren manage to get their hands on the oldest camera in the new AnalogRev series, the Kodak Retina iiiC. Made in 1957, the iiic is the final evolution of the Retina series and aims to prove itself in this episode as both a classic camera but also a modern favourite.

Main Features:
Kodak Retina IIIC is a vintage 1950’s folding rangefinder camera. This classic Kodak camera lets you change the lens for manual focusing. The distinct features of this Kodak Retina IIIC are the special coupled selenium meter that gives precise exposure readings and its folding rangefinder. This classic Kodak camera has a German Compur type leaf shutter, and allows flash sync up to 1/500 of a second. This vintage 1950’s folding rangefinder camera features 50/2 German made Retina-Xenon Schneider optical lenses and other German precision-engineered optical components.

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