Leidolf Wetzlar Lordomatic 35mm Rangefinder Film Camera with Case
Leidolf Wetzlar Lordomatic 35mm Rangefinder Film Camera with Case
Leidolf Wetzlar Lordomatic 35mm Rangefinder Film Camera with Case
Leidolf Wetzlar Lordomatic 35mm Rangefinder Film Camera with Case
Leidolf Wetzlar Lordomatic 35mm Rangefinder Film Camera with Case
Leidolf Wetzlar Lordomatic 35mm Rangefinder Film Camera with Case
Leidolf Wetzlar Lordomatic 35mm Rangefinder Film Camera with Case
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Leidolf Wetzlar Lordomatic 35mm Rangefinder Film Camera with Case

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Leidolf was a manufacturer of optical equipment situated in WetzlarGermany.It was founded by Rudolf Leidolf in 1921, initially producing lenses for microscopes.In 1948 camera production was started and in 1962 the factory ceased operations. Leidolf is in no way related to Leitz (the manufacturer of Leica), even though Wetzlar has been the historical location for both companies.

 

The Lordomatic was a fixed lens viewfinder camera with coupled lightmeter. It was a fully manual camera, the name Lordomatic referring to the 'automatically' coupled lightmeter, similar to e.g., the Automatic versions of the King Regula III range, the Vitomatics and the Baldamatics. It had a brightframe viewfinder but still sported the quirky double-stroke wind lever as on earlier Lordomats.