Déc 122011
 

Une photo en provenance de FLICKR que Mario désire partager avec vous.
L’auteur est Süleyman

Manufactured by Wirgin Kamerawerk in Wiesbaden, West Germany.
Model: c. 1951
All Edinex series produced between c.1930s – c.1950s
35mm film Viewfinder camera
Wirgin logo on the lens shutter barrel
The lens and shutter unit is mounted on a telescopic tube; handles for pulling
Lens: Steinheil Munchen Cassar 50mm f/2.8 VL, filter slip-on, serial no.631394
Aperture: f/2.8-f/16setting: lever and scale on the lens shutter barrel
Focus range: 3.5-60 feet +inf
Focusing: manual front element focusing, guess the distance, scale and DOF scale
Shutter: Prontor-Sspeeds: 1-1/300 +B setting : ring and scale on the lens shutter barrel
Shutter release: on the lens shutter barrel
Cable release socket: on the lens shutter barrel
Cocking lever: on the lens shutter barrel
Frame counter: window on the top plate, manual reset, advance type
Winding knob: on the right of the top plate
Viewfinder: reverse telescopic finder, very small
Re-wind knob: on the left of the top plate
Re-wind release: knob beside winding knob set to R (Rückführung) V ( vorgehen)
Flash PC socket: on the lens shutter barrel, M and F sync, adjusting lever on the lens shutter barrel
Cold-shoe
Self-timer: set the M-F lever to V
Back cover and bottom plate: removable separately; bottom plate opens by a folding lever on the bottom plate , A open, Z close; and back cover partially removable by a knob on it
Film loading: load the film cassette from bottom, then push the film leader toward the opened back and insert to the take-up spool which its bottom not opens
Tripod socket: ¼"
Strap lugs : none
Body: metal; Weight: 387g
serial no. ?
There are various lens/shutter combinations of the Edinex II. Some cameras have hinged back for easy loading. Some cheaper versions have fixed lens.
Early Edinex was the same with Adox Adrette. Some models were sold in the USA as Midget Marvel, and Candid Midget altough not marked as such. Edinex cameras present some identification problems because most do not bear any model name on the camera, but only in catalogs and advertising.The issue is further muddied by the use of different model designations for the same camera by different advertisers. In addition the adds use various names for Edinex II, like Edinex, Edinex I, Edinex-S.
It is best to ID of your camera that searching the McKeown’s 12.ed., 2005, pp.1001-1002.
More info: in Sylvain Halgand collection, Edinex series in Camerapedia, Wirgin in Camerapedia, in Marriott World

Photo publiée à l’origine le 12th December, 2011

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