With this Mark2 Viewmaster camera you can shoot your own viewmaster pictures. The Mark2 camera was produced from around 1962. There are several variations to be found, with small differences. This camera has the wanted Rodenstock Trinar fixed focus lenses - F2.8, 20mm - wich give a nice wide view.
The exposure is set by matching several symbols for cloudy, dull, bright or sunny light conditions. On the underside is an exposure counter. On top is a flash shoe and a socket for flash synchronisation (X and M). Using the colorsystem the diaphragm is set from F2.8 to F22. Shutter time is matched automatically setting it at 1/30, 1/45 or 1/60 of a second.
Once you get used to it, this camera is really easy to use. Offcourse a manual (copy) is included.
To cut out the pictures from the slides film, you need the Mark2 cutter. We have one on offer regularly. You will also need some empty reels to put in your pictures; we have stock most of the times.
This camera comes fully tested and working. It's in fantastic looking shape! Also the carrybag. The lenses are clean and the camera shutter is working fine. Ready to shoot away.
Click this link for a Mark2 camera manual.