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Custom Mahogany wood veneer covers, Zenobia 645
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Posted By: 45 Mike, 04-19-2016, 08:05 PM









The DOF scale is very handy for scale focus!

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Similar in design to my very old Zeiss Ikon Super Ikonta B.
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QuoteOriginally posted by lesmore49 Quote
Similar in design to my very old Zeiss Ikon Super Ikonta B.
I actually prefer my Zeiss Ikonta 532/A to the Super B. I have two Yashica TLR cameras that I use for 6x6. A D and a C, the D model has a similar custom covers and paint after a well deserved CLA that I did myself as well.

My A model Ikonta, is in great shape and no need to foll with covers, after a quick shutter cleanup, and some tweaking the front standard struts it works GREAT.

My Super B is up for a new home, if anyone is interested. (It needs some tender care, but works).

Here is my D model Yashica TLR, in Mahogany wood veneer covers and custom paint.



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QuoteOriginally posted by 45 Mike Quote
I actually prefer my Zeiss Ikonta 532/A to the Super B. I have two Yashica TLR cameras that I use for 6x6. A D and a C, the D model has a similar custom covers and paint after a well deserved CLA that I did myself as well.

My A model Ikonta, is in great shape and no need to foll with covers, after a quick shutter cleanup, and some tweaking the front standard struts it works GREAT.

My Super B is up for a new home, if anyone is interested. (It needs some tender care, but works).

Here is my D model Yashica TLR, in Mahogany wood veneer covers and custom paint.

Very nice picture.

You and I seem to have similar tastes. In addition to our Zeiss'ware' I also have a Yashicamat 124 TLR, but a G, and stock in appearance, just as it came from the factory.
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