Voigtländer VF 35F

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The Voigtländer VF 35F is a 35mm film size compact rangefinder camera with a built-in flash.

It was produced in 1981 by the Japanese company Nittō Kōgaku to the design and specifications of Rollei.
The VF 35F is in fact, apart from small cosmetic details, the same camera as the Rollei 35RF 1981 model.

Specifications

  • Production period : 1981
  • Production numbers : 12.000 units
  • Format : 24 x 36 mm on 35mm film
  • Lens: Voigtländer Voigtar 1:2.8 f=38mm, Coated. 4 Elements in 3 groups.
  • Filter Size : M46 x 0.75
  • Shutter: Copal leaf shutter (behind the lens). Speeds 1/60, 1/125 and 1/250 sec.
  • Diaphragm : 2.8 to 22
  • Flash : Built-in flash, guide number 12 at 100 ASA.
  • Lighmeter system : Coupled CdS photo element,
    Film sensivity : 25 to 500 ASA,
  • Battery : 2x AA size, 1.5V
  • Double exposure prevention
  • Color Finish : Black
  • Dimensions WxDxH: 125 x 56.5 x 73 mm
  • Weight: 380 grams


Bibliography

  • Claus Prochnow, Rollei Report 3, second edition, Braunschweig, Lindemanns Verlag, 2008, ISBN 3-89506-141-7, pages 33-758 and -759