High quality 120 film format camera from Zeiss named the Super Ikonta. This folding 120 roll-film camera model (B) was used extensively by the Army Photographic Unit during WW2 (1939/1945). Originally produced in 1937, this camera has an 80mm f/2.8 Jenna Tessar Zeiss lens and a rangefinder focussing system. Our example is in full working condition and has a fitted leather case. An original item for use in WW2 recreations.
Classic large format SPEED GRAPHIC press camera. This
example is circa late 1930s/ 1940s. Lens is a Kodak Ektar
f4.7 127mm. Plate or roll film back adapter. A nice example
of the period pre-war and war time. Non prac flash gun added for
effect. Larger picture for size comparison with our smaller Speed
A large focal-plane press plate camera typical of the 1930s and 1940s. The Peeling & Van Neck strut-folding camera required a certain amount of guesswork when focussing through the wire-frame viewfinder. One had to be up to scratch in the olden days. Two cameras available for the 'press pack'