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The Primar Reflex is a single-lens reflex camera for film and glass plates, in the format of 9 x 12 cm, produced in the years 1900–1918 by Curt Bentzin from Gőrlitz (Germany). The camera is equipped with a Carl Zeiss Jena Triotar 3.5 / 180 lens.
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The Primar Reflex is a single-lens reflex camera for film and glass plates, in the format of 9 x 12 cm, produced in the years 1900–1918 by Curt Bentzin from Gőrlitz (Germany). The camera is equipped with a Carl Zeiss Jena Triotar 3.5 / 180 lens.
The large body of the camera has a cuboidal box shape, covered with black leather with a decorative (grained) texture. There is a leather carrying handle on the side. To focus on the matte, the lead with the lens was moved using a toothed mechanism. At the forefront, the following embossed inscriptions defining the manufacturer, and a small rectangular plate, have been placed by the seller: “HEINRICH FEITZINGER/WIEN” and “Neuer Markt 14”. Inside the camera, there is a movable mirror, that you have to lift before using the lever located on the side of the box. The camera uses a TRIOTAR 3.5/180 lens from the Carl Zeiss Jena company.

Elaborated by Marek Maszczak (Museum of Photography in Kraków), © all rights reserved

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