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Kodak Retina 1F 35mm Viewfinder Film Camera with Case and Manual
Kodak Retina 1F 35mm Viewfinder Film Camera with Case and Manual
Kodak Retina 1F 35mm Viewfinder Film Camera with Case and Manual
Kodak Retina 1F 35mm Viewfinder Film Camera with Case and Manual
Kodak Retina 1F 35mm Viewfinder Film Camera with Case and Manual
Kodak Retina 1F 35mm Viewfinder Film Camera with Case and Manual
Kodak Retina 1F 35mm Viewfinder Film Camera with Case and Manual
Kodak Retina 1F 35mm Viewfinder Film Camera with Case and Manual
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Kodak Retina 1F 35mm Viewfinder Film Camera with Case and Manual

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The Kodak Retina IF (type 046) is a 35mm viewfinder camera, made by Kodak AG from 1963 to 1964. It has a Schneider Xenar 45mm f/2.8 lens and a Prontor 500 LK shutter (1/500 to 1/15 and B), with a coupled match-needle selenium lightmeter that can be seen in the viewfinder to indicate proper exposure. Focusing scale has pictograms (close-medium-far) besides distance for snapshots at f/5.6 or smaller, and there is a click-indicator in the focusing for such pictograms. It has an AG-1 flashbulb slot on the top with a folding reflector and a small plastic enclosure and needs a PX625 (PEX-13) battery or equivalent, in addition to a PC socket and cold shoe.

About 37,000 pieces were made.

The Retina IIF is an improved version of the IF, with a rangefinder. The IF is very similar to the earlier Retina IBS, but has its frame-counter on the base, while the IBS has it on the top.[1]