Prices plus shipping costs
§25a UstG, no tax reported
delivery time 2-3 days (DE)
- Order number: 314063467041
- Condition: used
- glass: --
- function: --
KONAN MINOLTA CAMERA LABORATORY PROTOTYPE 3D STEREO 24X36 TOPPAN
Predecessor of the 3D photography.
Developped beginning of the 60ies by the Minolta development department (at that time minolta also manufactured cameras under the name Konan).
The camera has 13 lenses with no denomination; apertures 2,8-22. Shutter offers speeds of B + 1/30th to 1/300th.
With the grip, the camera is about 57 cm wide. Offer includes original leather case.
Weight of the camera is 5210 grams.
Historical piece and milestone, museums quality.
Equally fine for a technical museum, as in a classy camera collection.
Of the camera, 5-6 pieces were manufactured, of which a part is probably not existent any more.
Not tested for correct functionality or similar, sale as pure collector's item/exhibition item, no guarantee.
For a customer who asked for detail we have checked.
Coupled rangefinder is working.
Seems to have an exposure meter (needle in second finder) which seems working, but slowly.
Shutter works (makes clack); B closes slowly because release button returns too slowly.
Aperture is working.
STILL we sell this ABSOLUTELY as collector's item, not as user camera, thus as is without ANY guarantees or return.
|Whats included in delivery:||Camera with grip, original leather case|
|Condition of optical elements (lens glasses):||-|
|Condition cosmetically (outer condition):||see text and pictures please|