Published in Autumn 1999 Zeiss Historica Journal
Authors: Joseph K. Brown; John D. Baca
See Page 14 – 18
The story of the Super Ikonta B: a 2 ¼” x 2 ¼” format rangefinder camera that was without equal for most of its life span. No other photographic manufacturer even ventured into the rangefinder market for this size format. It was wildly popular and pocket-able.
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Published in Spring 1987 Zeiss Historica Journal
Author: Nicholas Grossman
See Page 4 – 5.
The military rangefinder was developed about the same time as the prism binocular. This 4 meter base version was on exhibit at the Auckland Museum and Institute in New Zealand. This article describes it and some similar devices for estimating the distance to a particular location or target. Illustrated with a smaller 32 cm base rangefinder.
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