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K o d a k   R e t i n e t t e   I   ( 0 3 0 )
Kodak Retinette I (030)

One of a range of similar cameras that ran from the mid '50s to the late '60s, this was one of the first to feature a brightline viewfinder. Some cameras, badged Retinette f, also known as "Model 030/7", were also finished in France with locally made lenses and shutters, as shown in the detail below below. Unlike it's German-made counterparts, this camera takes a 34mm push-on filter. Unfortunately this example has the Retinette f badge missing.
name: Kodak Retinette I (030)
produced between : 1958 - 1960
lens : Reomar f/3.5 45mm
shutter : Compur-Rapid
film type : 135
picture size : 24 x 36 mm
quantity made : 118,000
categories: 35 mm, retinette
Kodak Retinette I (030)
Kodak Retinette I (030)
See also
  Retinette Guide


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