Efka 24

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The Efka 24 is a viewfinder camera for 24-mm square exposures on 35mm film, made in about 1947 by Frizt Kuhnert of Freiburg (later Futura). It is metal-bodied, with black leatherette covering. The top, bottom and lens plates are of pressed aluminium, and most other components (the film advance, lens barrel and viewfinder) are of machined aluminium, which has worn rather in the example seen, letting down the high specification.[1] The camera has a curious film-advance lever, mounted on the same spindle as the rewind, and positioned for the left hand.


  1. Efka 24 with 4cm f/2 Evar and Compur-Rapid shutter, sold at the 36th Leitz Photographica Auction, on 13 June 2020.