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Kilfitt 2 1/4 X 2 1/4
At "Popular Photography" pehaps 1952, it was shown an imminent launching of a Kilfitt 6x6 camera system shown in the photograph. Mr. Abrig in the second volume of "Von Daguerreotype bis Heute" exhibits an other diferent picture of this same camera. This prototype was the forerunner of "Fujita 66" disclosed at 1956. Here it is seen with several Kilfitt objectives of the era, pentaprism and critical finder. This camera was also known as Kalimar 66, Soligor 66, or Fodor 66 according with the distributor
Heinz Kilfitt camera system 1954 forerunner of Fujita/Kalimar cameras
This prototype had large front changeable mouth apt to use all Kilfitt lenses as well as from other cameras
Second model made in Japan
Final commercial version made in Japan
According with Westlicht Photographica There was a previous prototype.
Kilfitt 6x6 c. 1941
Focal plane shutter to 1/1000 . Similarities w/ Reflex Korelle and Exakta 66 with fixed lens as Noviflex
This prototype boasts a Xenar 2.8/8cm no. 1688497.
Left side release, Flash synchronizer, Crank lever advance and built-in self timer