REVIEW: Zeiss Ikon Ikoflex
Posted by Bengt Köhler Sandberg 2012-05-14
Made between 1952-56
Lens: Zeiss - Opton Tessar 75mm f/3.5
Aperture: f/3.5 - f/16
10 bladed aperure
Shutter: Prontor SV
1/300 sec to 1 sec plus a Bulb setting
Takes standard 120 film
You get 12 6x6 images per roll
Automatic film advance stop
This lens is bearing the famous red T that Zeiss best lenses do.
But is it that good that one expect?
Analogue B&W film
It has really good center sharpness even wide open
Cornes sharness is also very good.
Also got this camera with macro accessory
Can't see any loss in image quality
All metal and build like a tank.
Just a great camera at all points!
Great image quality and built like a tank.
I don't like that the shutter button is located on the top which makes a bit fiddly to screw in a shutter release.
And the viewfinder have no focus help at all which I suppose was not that uncommon in the 50s.
Really good image quality
Shutter button location
Viewfinder have no focus help
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Scanner: Epson V700
Film: Kodak Tmax 100
Developer: Kodak D76
And I used a tripod for all the images.
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