Regula LKB

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The Regula LKB was a 35mm viewfinder camera made at Bad Liebenzell in the Black Forest by King KG in the 1960s as a part of their Regula brand. There are two versions of this camera, the earlier model has styling similar to a cross between the Regulette and a Regula L, and the later model has styling almost identical to a Regulette; the functionality and specification of the cameras are identical though. Considering the styling cues from the Regulette this camera is most likely just a Regulette with a coupled light meter and faster shutter, since the Regulette only has a uncoupled light meter.

  • Lens: Isco Gottingen Color Isconar 45mm f/2.8
  • Shutter: Pronto-LK - Bulb, 1/15, 1/30, 1/60, 1/125, 1/250 and 1/500th.
  • Apertures: f/2.8 to f/22 in 1 stop increments
  • Light meter: Selenium type, coupled
  • Supported film speeds: ASA 10-800
  • Focus range: 1 meter to infinity
  • Self timer: Yes, around 10 seconds, lever on top of the lens
  • Flash: No PC socket or hot shoe.
  • Strap lugs: No, best to use the camera's ever ready style case.


images by Vagn Sloth-Madsen (Image rights)