FILM TESTED Rolleicord IV Carl Zeiss Xenar 75mm f3.5 Film Camera
This is one of the best Twin Lens Reflex (TLR) cameras I have come across. It is clean, well cared for by the prior owner with cosmetic wear commensurate with its age - hard to tell that it is 65+ years old. The leather case is in good condition.
Image quality is what one would expect from Rolleiflex products. Rolleicord was the product line launched by Rolleiflex for the more budget-minded Customer. The internals is the same between both product lines. The Rolleiflex advances film via a lever compared to a knob on the Rolleicord, the Rolleiflex cocks the shutter when advancing the film while on the Rolleicord, you have to manually cock the shutter. The rest of the differences are cosmetic. The lens is clean, with no fungus or scratches. See the images taken with this camera.
If you live in the *Lower Rio Grande Valley* region, the camera comes with a 30-day warranty with service in McAllen. Shipped FREE, fully insured.
THE FOLLOWING IS TAKEN FROM ROLLEICLUB.COM Rolleicord IV - Model K3D Highslide JS August 1953 - September 1954, 46,500 pieces Serials: 1.344.051 - 1.390.999, engraved under Rolleicord nameplate Taking Lens: Xenar 3,5/75mm, Schneider, Bayonet 1 Finder lens: Schneider or Zeiss Heidosmat 3,2/75mm, Bayonet 1. Non-interchangeable focusing screen. Parallax control. Shutter: Synchro Compur MX, 1 - 1/500 sec., B, X-sync. Film: 120 for 12 exp. 6x6. 35mm adapter Rolleikin 1 and plate film adapter. ADAPTERS NOT INCLUDED. Film Transportation: winding lever with auto stop on first exposure, exposure counter for exposures 1-12. Dimensions: 9.7x9.9x14.2cm. Weight: 830 grams.