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

Goldammer
Goldeck 16

Germany 1959 – Compact – 16 mm – Rare. The Goldeck 16 was manufactured by Goldammer of Germany in 1959. It is a beautiful, well built and very interesting camera. The most notable external feature is the large lever that both loads the shutter and advances the film in one simple movement. The size and proportions … Read moreGoldammer
Goldeck 16

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Aka
Akarette 2

Germany 1950 – Compact – 35 mm – Infrequent. The Akarette is a 35mm viewfinder camera with interchangeable lenses, made by Apparate & Kamerabau (AkA, after 1957 akw )  in Germany. The Akarette was first developed just after WWII by brothers Eugene and Max Armbruster and featured an interchangeable lens mount as well as a … Read moreAka
Akarette 2

Agfa
Flexilette

Germany 1960 – TLR – 35 mm – Infrequent. The Flexilette (also sold as the Agfa Reflex) is a very unusual TLR camera produced by Agfa in 1960. The body is similar to a conventional 35 mm viewfinder camera but made a little taller with the extra lens and viewfinder grafted on. Both lenses are … Read moreAgfa
Flexilette

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

Wirgin
Edixa Reflex – 91/99

Germany 1952 – Compact – 35 mm – Rare. The Edixa Reflex was produced by Wirgin in 1952 and was West Germany’s most popular series of SLR’s with focal plane shutter. The Edixa Reflex was the early brainchild of a then unknown technical mechanic named Heinz Waaske that later created one of the most successful … Read moreWirgin
Edixa Reflex – 91/99