Vollenda 48

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The Vollenda was a line of models made by Nagel, later Kodak AG. The camera series was launched in 1929.

While there was a Vollenda 620, the best known Vollenda is the 3×4cm format Vollenda 48. It was a very compact folding camera making 16 exposures on the 127 film. It existed with a folding frame finder or a folding optical finder.

The lens and shutter combinations included:

  • Schneider Radionar 5cm f:4.5 with Pronto 25-100
  • Schneider Radionar 5cm f:3.5 with Compur 300
  • Schneider Radionar 5cm f:3.5 with Compur-Rapid 500
  • Schneider Xenar 5cm f:3.5 with Compur 300
  • Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 5cm f:3.5 with Compur 300
  • Leitz Elmar 5cm f:3.5 with Compur 300
  • Schneider Xenar 5cm f:2.9 with Compur 300
  • Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 5cm f:2.8 with Compur 300

The cheapest ones had front cell focusing, the most expensive had helical focusing.

At the same time, Nagel was manufacturing the Pupille, a 3×4cm rigid camera that was a more expensive alternative to the Vollenda.


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