|on a Nettar|
image by Uwe Kulick (Image rights)
|image by Uwe Kulick (Image rights)|
The Ikoblitz 4 is a flashgun for flashbulbs. It has a foldable reflector which must be unfolded from a stack of 10 lamellae like a peacock's tail after unlocking and removing the cover and uncoiling the cable. Therefore the lamella on top of the stack has a grip. The lamellae are made of metalized plastic parts. The flashgun can be used in an accessory shoe but must be connected by its cable to the flash connector of the camera or of its shutter. On the flash back is a simple analog guide number calculator. Inside the grey body which holds the reflector are a 15 Volts battery and a capacitor. The plastic cover upon the folded flashgun makes a carring case superfluous.