Agfa Prontor 125 Camera - Color 1956 Germany
The Agfa Silette is a compact rangefinder camera produced by Agfa in the 1950s and 1960s. It has a fixed Agfa Color Apotar lens with 45 mm focal length and a maximum aperture of f/2.8. The camera is equipped with a Prontor 125 shutter with metal curtain with speeds ranging from 1/30 second to 1/125 second, as well as a B position for long breaks. It also has a view counter and a viewfinder-level light measurement system, which displays the recommended exposure settings for the scene. The Agfa Silette has a solid metal construction with a chrome finish and synthetic leather plates on the sides. It uses common 35 mm film and has a film advance lever on top, as well as a two-stage trigger button to prevent accidental trips.
Serial number: 6131,
made in Germany.
Made in 1956.
This series is the fully functional original model.
In its original brown leather box, without the manual.
Brand: Agfa Prontor 125 Color Silette
Condition: Excellent working condition.
It is a collector's item. Ideal to complete your collection. Overall, the Agfa Silette is a compact and easy-to-use camera, with basic but reliable technical features. It was popular with amateur and professional photographers of the time and is still appreciated today for its build quality and elegant design.