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    Zeiss 532-16. Works!
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    Wow. Nice camera.
    Now matter how odd, rare, valuable, or strange some zeiss camera is or may be - it was made to take photos. Anything else is a crime against the camera. ( I love my old 532/16 with Tessar 80 2.8 red T almost as much as my Rolleiflex T )

    Now go shoot - process, and post some photo's already!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ContaxRTSFundus View Post
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    Hi Andy38 - nice camera. It's got me curious because I understood that the Super Ikonta's were always given the best available shutter at the time of manufacture. I haven't come across that many with the top speed of 1/300 - 1/250 seems the norm and then when you get faster than 1/300, the shutter mechanism is then called Compur-Rapid. My 1/300 version seems to be in no-man's land...
    There are several different higher speeds on the 6X9 Super Ikonta's :
    1/100 with Klio shutter, 1/250 with Compur, 1/400 with Compur Rapid and 1/500 with Synchro Compur :
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    Hi Andy38,
    What a delightful group!

    Surely someone in our broad community must know about a 1930s Compur shutter with a 1:300 top speed...

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    The original poster's camera probably is an intermediate model. Zeiss Ikon did this with the 530/2 Super Ikonta. The earliest cameras have the plunger near the lens/shutter housing while other 530/2 models have a body release.

    Uncommon but not rare.

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