Wide-Angle Rolleiflex. Note the large, partly joined, Bayonet IV mounts.
The lens hood is a modern one for the Rolleiflex FW but it has a traditional look. It has
a large cut-out to make mounting possible. The
exposure meter is of the un-coupled E-type. The metered exposure value (EV) has to be
set to the shutter speed/aperture by the user. In the picture the EV is set between 10 and
11. The setting has not yet been locked, on the right hand wheel the slots are in the crossed,
meaning un-locked, position.
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Twin Lens Reflex cameras
Rolleiflex, Rolleicord, Rolleimagic, Comparative chart.
Developments and Particulars
Developments, focusing screens, leaf shutters, coded serial numbers.
Practical Accessories Part 1
Prism finder, Rolleinar close-up lenses, filters, mount adaptors, Rolleisoft lenses,
Rolleifix quick release mount.
Practical Accessories Part 2
16 or 24 exposures sets, Rolleikin 2for 24×36 mm exposures, glass plate and sheet film
General information, links, downloads.
Pre-war Rolleiflex, Post-war Rolleiflex 3.5, Rolleiflex 2.8, Rolleicord, Rolleiflex T, Rolleiflex
4×4 cm, Tele-Rolleiflex, Wide-Angle Rolleiflex, Rolleimagic.
Service and Repair Addenda
What ’s in a name?
May 2003: A visit to the Rollei factory
Mai 2003: Une visite à l’usine Rollei
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