If you never shot a frame with this Voigtlander (Perkeo = pigmy) it wouldn't matter a bit. It is just beautiful to look at. A return to the days (1953) when precision engineering was precise. 65 years old yet this camera is fully operational, cosmetically close to 100% and delightfully simple to use. Color Skopar 80mm f3.5 lens in a Prontor-S shutter giving bulb to 1/300 speeds. There is no rangefinder or light metering, but there is zone focusing, or measure the distance with an external rangefinder and use a handheld light meter. 'Sunny 16' works well too. 125mmx85mmx50mm. Shoots a 6x6 transparency giving 12 images on a 120 roll. The original brown leather hide case in near perfect condition complements the Perkeo.
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