CERTO Super Dollina II 35mm Rangefinder Camera w/Zeiss Jena Tessar 50mm f2.8

Article number: CACERTOZJT
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Certo Super Dollina II, a 35mm rangefinder camera made by Certo Camera Work GMBH Dresden starting in 1950.  The Super Dollina II was an update to the pre-war Super Dollina which made it’s debut in 1938.  Featuring a coupled split image rangefinder and a unique folding chassis with top plate focus and shutter release, the Super Dollina II was a less expensive alternative to cameras like the Kodak Retina II.  It was exported to western countries under the name Certo Super 35.  The Super Dollina II was in production for a very long time and remained their top of the line model as the company would produce increasingly less expensive and basic cameras.

Film Type: 135 (35mm)
Lens: 50mm f/2.8 Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar coated 4-elements
Focus: 4 feet to Infinity
Viewfinder: Separate Split Image Coupled Rangefinder
Shutter: Vebur Leaf
Speeds: B, 1 – 1/250 seconds
Exposure Meter: None
Battery: None
Flash Mount: Coldshoe with Flashbulb Sync
Weight: 471 grams

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