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German, French & Italian Cameras using 127 film
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3×4 rigid Bella | Dreivier | Futuro | Gewirette
Kolibri | Parvola | Pupille | Ranca | Reporter | Ising Puck
folding Baby Ikonta | Baldi | Dolly | Goldi | Gucki
Ingo | Korelle | Makinette | Vollenda
4x4 Navax | Paxina Electromatic | Rothlar
4x6.5 Billy | Bob | Dolly | Goldi
Korelle | Panta | Piccolette | Rio
TLR see German TLRs
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3×4 rigid Fotobaby | Lynx | Super-Boy
folding Derby-Lux | Elax
pseudo TLR Auteuil | Longchamp
4×4 rigid Impera | Marly | Pari-Fex | Rubi-Fex | Top
4×6.5 rigid Photo-Magic
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3x4 Comet | Comet III | Cometa | Euralux
Ibis | Maxima | Piccolo | Tanit
4x4 Comet | Euralux | Ibis
4x6.5 & other Alfa | Delta | Relex | Rolet | Rondine

Ising Puck is a compact rigid 3x4 camera for 127 film made by Eugen Ising Metallwarenfabrik in Bergneustadt, Germany during 1948 up to ca. 1950. It has a small optical viewfinder, a collapsible lens tube, and took pictures of 28 x 37 mm size (older 3x4 spec was rather 1 5/8 x 1 1/4 inch, namely 41,3 x 31,7 mm!). It was available with a few lenses and shutters, see below.

Specifications

  • available lenses were either...
  • The leaf shutter was either a...
  • dimensions: ca. 100x70x47 mm, 360 g
  • other features: self timer, depth of field calculator, later versions had an accessory shoe, tripod mount 1/4"

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