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Voigtlander Vitoret

by Stephanie Marriott

The Vitoret was made from about 1960 to 1971, although it was not available in this country until about 1963.

The original camera has a 50 mm. f/2.8 Vaskar lens in Prontor 125 shutter with flash contact, lever wind, accessory shoe and brightline finder. The metal body is trimmed with leatherette, and the camera cost about £12.

In about 1966 the specification changed to use the three element 50 mm. f/2.8 Color Lanthar lens, and the cost rose to £18.

By 1971, when the camera was discontinued, the cost was about £26.

1964 advertisement for Vitoret

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