Ikoflex Ic

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The Ikoflex Ic (886/16) was made by Zeiss Ikon from 1956 onwards.

It has some interesting features not commonly found in a TLR. On the front of the camera, where the Ikoflex nameplate had been on earlier models, there is a selenium exposure meter. The measured exposure value is visible at the top of the ground glass.


  • Known Lens/Shutter combinations :
    886/16 Fpms : Novar 3.5/75 mm lens, coated, in a Prontor-SVS shutter
    886/16 Lpms : Tessar 3.5/75 mm lens, coated, in a Prontor-SVS shutter
  • Viewing lens: Teronar-Anigstigmat f/3.5
  • Double-exposure prevention.
  • Blank film frame prevention.
  • Flash synchronization : Sync socket on right side panel. M and X synchronization
  • Selftimer
  • Sports finder in hood.
  • Lightmeter : Selenium, uncoupled, visible on ground glass, LV 2 to 16.
  • Exposure value calculator on Focus knob on left side, 5 to 320 ASA.
  • Dimensions HxDxW: ??? x ?? x ?? mm
  • Weight: c.1070 grams


  • Zeiss Ikon price list, September 1st 1957, Dutch, page 2.