Rolleiflex 3.5 C @ 1956
The first model with built-in metering
Model K4C Planar
October 1956 - February 1959,
Serials: 1.740.000 - 1.787.999, engraved above name plate.
Planar 2,8/80mm, Carl Zeiss Oberkochen,
Model K4C Xenotar
April 1957 - February 1959,
Serials: 1.850.000 - 1.898.999, engraved above name plate.
Xenotar 2,8/80mm, Schneider, Bayonet 2
Zeiss or Schneider Heidosmat 2,8/80mm, Bayonet 3. Interchangeable finder loupe. Parallax control.
Synchro Compur MXV, 1 - 1/500 sec., B, X-sync., self timer.
Film: 120 for 12 exp. 6x6. 35mm adapter Rolleikin 1 and plate film adapter.
Film Transportation: winding lever with auto stop on first exposure, exposure counter for exposures 1-12. Blank film pressure plate.
Model with Planar came with built-in meter, model with Xenotar came either with or without meter.
Weight: 1,120 grams.
Unique Rollei TLR Book
In the 1900's though we had to surrender ourselves to Sales brochures, clever Sales people and Word of mouth to decide what Camera to buy. I thought it to be nice addition to add a review option to each Rollei Gear Page.
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