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Historisch-Technisches Museum Sömmerda - "Weltax" (museum-digital:thüringen)
Historisch-Technisches Museum Sömmerda Sammlung Büromaschinenwerk Sömmerda (BWS) [000176A]

Weltax

Weltax (Historisch-Technisches Museum Sömmerda CC BY-NC-SA)

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Die Weltax ist eine kompakte Klappbalgenkamera für Rollfilme im Mittelformat 6 × 6 und 4,5 × 6 cm.
Diese Zweiformat-Kamera aus dem Jahr 1956 hat einen aufgesetzten Rohrsucher und ein Meyer-Objektiv Trioplan 1:3,5/75. Der Schriftzug "Weltax" ist auf der Griffseite ins Leder geprägt. Auf der Kameraunterseite befindet sich die Gravur "Rheinmetall". Das Metallgehäuse ist teilweise schwarz beledert. Zur Kamera gehört ein rotbraunes Lederetui. (Vgl. BWS S. 262, Abb.)

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Metall; Glas

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Lippisches Kamera Museum "Weltax"

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