Rollei Magic 1 @ 1960

Rollei Magic model 1
Model K9

Based on the Rolleicord series, this was a simpler Rolleiflex with automated exposure.
October 1960 - March 1962: 25,000 pieces
: 2.500.000 - 2.524.999 (some report 2.534.999 or 2.547.397, engraved under front panel.
Taking Lens:
Xenar 3,5/75mm, Schneider,
Bayonet 2
Finder lens:
Heidosmat 3,5/75mm (actually same as taking lens), Bayonet 2. Interchangeable focusing screen. No parallax control.
Prontomat S, Automatic exposure range from 1/30 - 1/300 sec., manual B, X-sync.
Film: 120 for 12 exp. 6x6 or 16 exp. 4.5x6
Film Transportation: winding lever, film marker in film chamber, exposure counter for exposures 1-12.
Automatic exposure program.
: 8.8x10.6x14.7cm.
Weight: 1,000 grams.


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