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K o d a k   R e t i n a   I   ( 1 1 9 )
Kodak Retina I (119)

The first Retina to be "officially" called a Retina I, to differentiate it from the Retina II (type 122) with rangefinder that was introduced in the same year. This particular camera is fitted with a Schneider Xenar lens in a Compur shutter, the depth-of-field calculator on the base being in German. Other than being all-black, "Modell I schwarz", with some leather covering on the top-plate, this model is almost identical to the Retina I (126), "Modell I verchromt", which was in concurrent production.
name: Kodak Retina I (119)
produced between : 1936 - 1938
lens : Various f/3.5 50mm
shutter : Various
film type : 135
picture size : 24 x 36 mm
quantity made : 39,111
categories: 35 mm, retina
Kodak Retina I (119)
See also
  Retina Guide


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