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    Can you identify this old (1940's? 50's?) small format prism viewer?

    I've had this for years, can't remember what it goes to. I'm guessing some kind of rangefinder.

    Anyone who can identify this can have it free (just pay postage) if you want it.

    Keith

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    Exacta it is.
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    Not for the Leica Visioflex. I've got a Visioflex LTM. I had one of these finders on an Exact VX. Could be used on most of the models. Yours is an early version that may not fit on the later Exacta models as thee were minor spec changes making later finders a little loose on the earlier bodies.

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    KW logo is Praktica factory mark - looks like prismatic finder from a Praktica FX2 1956 - cant post a link but do a google on earlyphotography entry_C533 and there is a picture of it.
    Last edited by dmb; 01-08-2012 at 10:32 AM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: typos



 

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