Nizo Elektronik 1000

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The Nizo Elektronik 1000 is a viewfinder camera for type No. 126 film cassettes. It was designed by Robert Oberheim and produced from 1968 till 1971 by Balda for Niezoldi & Krämer. Compared to common cassette film cameras it was quite sophisticated, with CdS sensor window within the filter ring and electronically controlled shutter speeds up to 1/1000 seconds. It has a Schneider Kreuznach Radionar 1:2.8 40mm lens and a bright frame finder with superimposed coupled rangefinder.