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Pentacon Praktica Super TL Camera 1970, Made In Germany

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Pentacon Praktica Super TL 35-50 mm camera of the brand Pentacon 1970, serial number: 6967951. In its original shoulder bag. The camera and its equipment are original.

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Pentacon Praktica Super TL Camera - 1970, Made in Germany - TheRedshop

The PRAKTICA Super TL camera is a single-lens reflex (SLR) camera manufactured by the German company Pentacon in the 1970s. It is equipped with an M42 mount lens and uses 35 mm film. Here are some features of the PRAKTICA Super TL camera: It has a bladed metal curtain shutter with speeds ranging from 1 second to 1/1000 of a second, as well as a B exposure (bulb) for prolonged exposures. It has a TTL (through the lens) light measurement system for precise exposure and manual focusing. It also has a film exposure counter with a viewing window on top of the camera. The camera also has a reset lever to rewind the film after taking all the photos.

Electric Pentacon 2. 8 / 29

Made In G. D. R. Germany

Number: 6 967951

22 16 11 85.6 4 2. 8

Years: 1970 Brand: Pentacon,

Model: Praktica Super TL

Format 35 - 50 mm 24

Color: Silver / Black

Very rare with its original shoulder box, without the instructions. The camera and its equipment are original. Object in perfect condition and in working order. The PRAKTICA Super TL camera is a classic model of film photography that was very popular at the time of its release. It is now considered a collector's item for nostalgic photography enthusiasts and vintage camera collectors.

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