Untested Vintage Kodak Retina Ia 50mm 2.8 SCHNEIDER  LENS FILM Camera
Untested Vintage Kodak Retina Ia 50mm 2.8 SCHNEIDER  LENS FILM Camera
Untested Vintage Kodak Retina Ia 50mm 2.8 SCHNEIDER  LENS FILM Camera
Untested Vintage Kodak Retina Ia 50mm 2.8 SCHNEIDER  LENS FILM Camera
Untested Vintage Kodak Retina Ia 50mm 2.8 SCHNEIDER  LENS FILM Camera
Untested Vintage Kodak Retina Ia 50mm 2.8 SCHNEIDER  LENS FILM Camera
Untested Vintage Kodak Retina Ia 50mm 2.8 SCHNEIDER  LENS FILM Camera

Untested Vintage Kodak Retina Ia 50mm 2.8 SCHNEIDER LENS FILM Camera

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This is a very neat vintage camera in excellent condition from what I can tell it is untested as I just picked it up from estate sale it does have film in it don’t know much else great for display decor or even just to put in your collection or use please see pictures for best description

Lens: Schneider Xenar 50mm f/3.5, I presume a Tessar variant.

Diaphragm: 10 blades stopping down to f/16. Full-stop clicks, can stop down past f/16 to about an unmarked f/32.

Shutter: Synchro-Compur 1-1/500 sec and Bulb.

Flash Sync: X-sync at all speeds up to 1/500 (better than the $5,000 Nikon D3 and $8,000 Canon 1Ds Mk III). Selectable M sync for flashbulbs.

Focus: By scale in feet, only.

Infra-Red Focus Index: Yes.

Film Wind: Top Lever.

Film Rewind: Manual, by knob (not crank).

Frame Counter: Manual reset, counts down.

Cable Release Socket: Yes, in shutter button.

Size: 3-1/8” high, 4-3/4” wide and 3-3/8” deep, open. When closed, its only 1-5/8” deep. In the 1950s, US consumers had no idea of the metric system, but if they did, the measurements would have been 79 x 121 x 86mm, and 41mm thick when closed.

Weight: 17.642 oz. (500.15g), without case and without film.

Quality: Made in Germany.