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Voigtlander Vitoret D

by Stephanie Marriott

The Vitoret D was introduced in about 1963.

It has many of the features of other Vitoret cameras; an accessory shoe, film counter showing the number of unused exposures, brightline finder with parallax correction, cable release socket and lever wind. In addition, there is a built-in uncoupled selenium meter with top-plate display. Focussing is by click-stops, at c. 4.5 feet, 10 feet and 30 feet, which are linked to symbols displayed in the viewfinder.

The early model has a 50 mm. Lanthar or Vaskar lens in Prontor 125 shutter; whichever lens was fitted the cost was about £22.

In 1965, the lens fitted became the Color Lanthar and the price rose to about £26.

The camera was discontinued about 1970.

 

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