The chrome face Zeiss Super Iknota (532/16) 6x6 was not just cool, it was the epitome of cameras. Likenesses of it were used as Christmas tree ornaments, as indications of cameras, etc. That was for more than 20 years, and long after the quit making the camera. Mostly by folks that had never used one, because they really had their idiosyncrasies, 11 exposures per roll, 5 foot minimum focus, etc. What they were in their time, I think, is the most expensive folding roll film camera, in the days when roll film cameras were the norm.
Originally Posted by Bertil