Voigtländer VSL 43

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The Voigtländer VSL 43 is unrelated to earlier Rollei-based Voigtländer VSLs, and instead is a lightweight SLR for K mount lenses marketed by Ringfoto in the naughties. This is the autoexposure model with an electronically-timed shutter (and self-timer) dependent on battery power; the similar-seeming VSL 40 instead has a mechanical shutter and manual exposure setting.

The VSL 43 is based on the Cosina C3 and as such is a cousin to the Canon T60 among other brandings.