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A series of 35mm cameras from [[Iloca]] carried the name '''Quick'''. Only the [[Iloca Quick B]] had a coupled [[rangefinder (device)|rangefinder]], the others were [[scale focus]]ing. A '''Quick A''', '''Quick L''', and '''Quick R''' were made; as well as a model branded '''Reporter''' for the Kaufhof department-store chain.
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A series of 35mm cameras from [[Iloca]] carried the name '''Quick'''. The original Quick was available with either a Ilitar (styled "Jlitar") 45mm f/3.5 lens in a Vario shutter, or Ilitar 45mm f/2.9 lens in a Protor SV shutter.<ref>Der Fotohelfer, Photo-Porst, c.1951, page 141 (German)</ref>
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Only the [[Iloca Quick B]] had a coupled [[rangefinder (device)|rangefinder]], the others were [[scale focus]]ing. A '''Quick A''', '''Quick L''', and '''Quick R''' were made; as well as a model branded '''Reporter''' for the Kaufhof department-store chain.
 
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A series of 35mm cameras from Iloca carried the name Quick. The original Quick was available with either a Ilitar (styled "Jlitar") 45mm f/3.5 lens in a Vario shutter, or Ilitar 45mm f/2.9 lens in a Protor SV shutter.[1]
Only the Iloca Quick B had a coupled rangefinder, the others were scale focusing. A Quick A, Quick L, and Quick R were made; as well as a model branded Reporter for the Kaufhof department-store chain.

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  1. Der Fotohelfer, Photo-Porst, c.1951, page 141 (German)

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