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The Baldina was a 35mm folding camera made by Balda in Dresden, Germany, before World War II.

The Super Baldina is a version with a coupled rangefinder. The rangefinder was of the split-image type, and separated from the viewfinder. The viewfinder had an automatic parallax correction, coupled with the focusing lever, a quite advanced feature for the time. The lenses offered on the Super Baldina included:

  • Schneider Xenon 5cm f/2
  • Schneider Xenon 4.5cm f/2