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Voigtlšnder Vitomatic

By kuvailija
This is my second camera , and I got it when I was about 15 years young , and it is still working perfectly! SmileSmileSmile - Many thanks for the votes and comments on my Willow image , and a very special thank you to Colleen and Britchie for their precious UAs. - All very much appreciated ! - Have a very good Easter! - Jukka.

Tags: Close-up and macro Camera....

Voters: mohikan22, taggart, woolybill1 and 19 more

GB Sports Photographer & The Panasonic LUMIX S1


pablophotographer 8 1.3k 352
20 Apr 2019 3:19PM
No pentaprism then, no pentaprism now.
I appreciate people who keep a straight path in life. May you enjoy your cameras for lots of years to come.

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20 Apr 2019 3:23PM
Wonderful piece of equipment and can see it's so well looked after, Jukka.SmileSmileSmile
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2019 3:39PM
Looks in superb condition Jukka, my how things have changed.
Peter GrinGrinGrin
20 Apr 2019 4:26PM
Very nice, Jukka, fine cameras. I had the Vitomatic CL with rangefinder and Ultron lens, but the pictures would have been the same as this little beauty. This looks in great shape, but Voigtlander were one of the kings of cameras for at least 100 years! (Iíve also got a 1907 Heliar plate camera, part dismantled. That was a beast over a century ago. The camera itself was called the Voigtlander Heliar, it used various lenses). 🙂
20 Apr 2019 4:57PM
a wonderful piece of equipment with a strong nostalgic feel to it, and a fine shot from you, without doubt
If you observe this camera closely itís not much bigger than the micro four thirds we have today
So the question is have moved forwards or backwards


20 Apr 2019 7:30PM
A great camera, I like old cameras and have several of my own, this Voigtlander is especially nice.
Lillian Plus
10 23 17 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2019 7:48PM
I bet you had loads of fun with that Jukka
20 Apr 2019 10:40PM
I really like this! The clarity is stunning as are the subtle textures and lighting. The tantalising glimpse of a truncated self portrait in the viewfinder adds another level of interest! A memorable image. Smile
ColleenA Plus
7 420 6 Australia
20 Apr 2019 11:59PM technology has changed. Something to treasure. Well captured
Nikonuser1 Plus
7 159 16 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2019 11:28AM
A great old camera Jukka, SmileSmileSmile

24 Apr 2019 11:19AM
Remember some of these from back in the day !! Great capture of this wonderful peice of history Jukka

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