Futura Kamerawerk
Futura S

Germany 1952 – Compact – 35 mm – Rare. The Futura S is a 35mm rangefinder made by Futura Kamerawerk starting in 1952. Futura Kamerawerk, founded by Fritz Kuhnert, is an interesting camera company as it was a german company trying to create a good quality rangefinder differentiating itself from the format Leica was successfully … Read moreFutura Kamerawerk
Futura S

Ihagee
Parvola – 96/99

Germany 1939 – Compact – 127 film – Rare. The Parvola was produced by Ihagee in Dresden from 1931 to 1939 Since the 1920s, Ihagee had been producing a range of folding cameras that variously contained the name “Ultrix”. As the model 1350 which was supposed to be called “Klein Ultrix” was significantly different from the … Read moreIhagee
Parvola – 96/99

Zeiss Ikon
Super Nettel II – 92/99

Germany 1936 – Compact – 35 mm – Rare. The Super Nettel was produced from 1934 by Zeiss Ikon. It was intended to be a cheaper, fixed lens, derivative of the Contax I but still remained a high quality, expensive device. The build quality and attention to details is incredible, like the hollow focusing wheel ideally positioned on the upper left corner of … Read moreZeiss Ikon
Super Nettel II – 92/99

Zeiss Ikon
Contax – 82/99

Germany 1932 – Compact – 35 mm – Very rare. Produced from 1932, Zeiss Ikon’s Contax was designed to be the brand’s challenger to Leitz Leica. Aware of the Leica’s growing success, Zeiss Ikon decided to produce a competitor designed to be superior in every way using the same perforated 35 mm film. The name … Read moreZeiss Ikon
Contax – 82/99

Gomz
Leningrad 2A – 73/99

USSR 1958 – Compact – 35 mm – infrequent. The Gomz Leningrad is a 35mm Soviet rangefinder camera produced between 1956-68. It was designed for reportage, sports and technical photography and allowed burst shooting using a spring mechanism. It takes about 20 pictures after one full actuation of the spring and can achieve up to … Read moreGomz
Leningrad 2A – 73/99