Published in “>Spring 1981 Zeiss Historica Journal
Mead B. Kibbey
See Pages 6 – 8
This article was the definitive documentation of the incredible Zeiss Ikon Contaflex Twin Lens Reflex (TLR) 35 mm camera made in the 1930s. It was truly the Rolls Royce of the “miniature” format with interchangeable lenses and numerous accessories. This was one of the first explanations of the character of the Zeiss Ikon breakthrough designs of this period.
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