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This is an Exakta VX 35mm SLR made in 1954 by Ihagee Kamerawerk based out of Dresden, Germany. The Exakta was in production from 1933 through 1970. The Exakta was notable as being the first ever Single Lens Reflex camera for both 127 roll film (1933), and 135 format 35mm film (1936). Exakta IIa, #version 7 You can easily identify this camera because of the engraving VX under IHAGEE and IIa under DRESDEN on the front plate.

The camera is in very nice condition (except the left curtain, slightly wrinkled. This Pin was discovered by Jo Gottgens. Discover (and save! ) your own Pins on Pinterest. Dec 19, 2014 Here's an overview of Ihagee Exacta VX made in 1954. I had to reupload the video because YouTube blocked it in some countries. Thank you for watching. Links to other organizations& sites of interest Photographic Collectors Club of Great Britain The Photographic Collectors Club of Great Britain is the country's leading organization for collectors and enthusiasts interested in the collection and study of photographic equipment and images.

remarkable products of Ihagee Kamerawerk Dresden. I had started this in a series of articles in Photographica World and Exakta Times about the identification of Ihagee cameras and the history of Ihagee. It was suggested in 2006 that I should pull all this material together, possibly for publication by the Exakta Circle. Exakta Ihagee Dresden Exa Type 4 35mm Film Camera Body# 008. Roberts Camera Photo Industry Leader since 1957!

PreOwned. C 47. 88. Top Rated Seller. or Best Offer. From United States. Free Shipping Ihagee Dresden Exakta Waist Level View Finder W Magnifying Glass 82. PreOwned. Find great deals on eBay for vx ihagee exakta. Shop with confidence. IHAGEE EXAKTA Dresden VX camera lens ZEISS C. Z. Jena Biotar 258 Germany IHAGEE DRESDEN vintage SLR camera EXAKTA VAREX with lens CARL ZEISS JENA Biotar 258 details: IHAGEE DRESDEN camera body EXAKTA VAREX this camera with embossed" EXAKTA" front plate.

The true Exaktas and Exas are ones made by Ihagee in Dresden. It is quite the opposite of its big brother, the Exakta Varex, consisting of the bare necessities of mechanical internal mechanisms.

The camera is quite compact and robust, using the same finders and lenses as the Exacta Varex. The listing does not include cameras which only used the name" Exakta"really having nothing to do with the Ihagee Dresden series.

There was such a WestGerman model (Exakta Real) in the Sixties, and some Japanese ones in the Seventies (really made by Cosina or Petri). The Ihagee (IHG Industrie und Handelsgesellschaft m. b. H. ) company was founded in 1912 in Dresden, Germany, but was Dutchowned. The first camera manufactured by