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© 2022 Ferdi Stutterheim

Wide-Angle Rolleiflex, Photo F.W. Stutterheim
Photograph of a 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 ciut-out to make mounting possible. The exposure meter is of the un-coupled E-type. The measured 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.
Photo ©2020  F.W. Stutterheim

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