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Old School ©

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Dawn Becker

Milwaukee, United States

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Small 8.0" x 11.3"
Medium 12.0" x 16.9"
Large 16.0" x 22.6"
Note: Image size. Matboard and frame increase size of final product

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  • Custom-made box or flat frame styles
  • High-quality timber frame finishes to suit your decor
  • Premium Perspex - clearer and lighter than glass
  • Exhibition quality box or flat frame styles

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291 views 1-15-2012
Fuji FinePix S5000, texture Picnik

3rd Place “Vintage/Old Cameras from Around the World” 3-27-2011

Featured in “The Mysteries of the Past and Present” 2-20-2011

1st Place “Memories” 2-18-2011

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Featured in “The World As We see It, or as we missed it” 12-30-2010

Featured in “Freedom in Words and Art” 12-30-2010

The Rolleicord was a popular medium-format twin lens reflex camera made by Franke & Heidecke (Rollei) between 1934 and 1976. It was a simpler, less expensive version of the high-end Rolleiflex TLR, aimed at amateur photographers who wanted a high-quality camera but could not afford the expensive Rolleiflex. Several models of Rolleicord were made; the later models generally had more advanced features and tend to be valued higher in today’s market.
The first Rolleicord, introduced in November 1933, was the Rolleicord I. This camera was a simplified version of the Standard Rolleiflex, with a cheaper 75mm Zeiss Triotar lens and a simplified film advance mechanism using a knob instead of the crank found on the Rolleiflex. The Rolleicord I was available either with a plain leatherette covering or elaborately patterned metal faceplates. The latter variant is referred to as the “Art Deco” Rolleicord.
The models that has the letters DRP on the left and to the right DRGM on the front of the camera means that they were made befora the War, because DPR means ‘Deutsches Reichs Patent’ (German Reich Patent) and DRGM means ‘Deutsches Reichs Geschmacks Muster’ (basicly a copyright for the name). In post WW2 models you will find DBP and DBGM. They switched from Reich to Bund (German Federal Patent).
Later models incorporated improved designs for the taking lens, including the Carl Zeiss Tessar and Schneider Kreuznach Xenar, both of which appeared on the Rolleiflex. However, while the Rolleiflex was available with an f/2.8 lens, the Rolleicord was never offered with a larger aperture than f/3.5, thus ensuring its pedigree as an “amateur” camera.
An accessory, known as a Rolleikin kit, was available for the Rolleicord to enable it to accept 35mm film.

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