35 mm rangefinder

35 mm cameras equipped with rangefinder for focusing with the exception of the folding ones which have an specific category for them.

Vitessa L | Voigtlander

Another Voigtlander camera with an innovative design. This folding 35 mm has bellows and barn-doors, focus adjustment on the rear of the camera, advancing the film with a vertical rod that is driven like a piston. The lens is a sophisticated 50mm f / 2 Ultron

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Contessa | Zeiss Ikon

This is a compact and sophisticated camera for 35mm films, but with a strong heritage of medium format folding cameras. It is a great choice for those who want to take analog photography with manual control of all parameters.

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Contax IIIa | Zeiss Ikon

One of the most iconic cameras from Zeiss Ikon, the 35mm Contax offered a system with interchangeable lenses and a multitude of accessories. It was launched with the difficult task of competing with Ernst Leitz's Leica. Although it has not outgrown its competitor in glamour, technically, It brought...

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Leica III f – Ernest Leitz GmbH Wetzlar

– Leica III f – Ernest Leitz GmbH Wetzlar, Germany – 1951 – Leica IIIf is one of the latest models, the penultimate in fact, of a line and a design that began in 1913, designed by Oskar Barnack, and commercially launched in 1924 by Ernst Leitz Optische Werke in Wetzlar...

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Olympus 35DC | Olympus

– Olympus 35DC – Olympus – c.1970 – Very special camera from Olympus. It only works in automatic exposure with camera selected combinations of speed and aperture! There is a gauge, visible in the viewfinder, and it goes from 1/15 at f1.7 (lowest light condition) to 1/500 at f16 (highest...

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