The Contaflex family of 35mm leaf-shuttered SLR cameras was introduced in 1953 by Zeiss Ikon, utilizing the newly developed Compur reflex shutter. By doing so, a completely new 35mm camera emerged, a concept probably first used in 1929 in the Mentor Compur-Reflex. The Contaflex name was made famous and became highly respected due to the spectacular 35mm twin-lens reflex Contaflex, introduced in 1935 and only produced a few years.
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Zeiss Ikon Contaflex SN: 629669
Carl Zeiss Tessar 50mm 2.8 SN: 4846151
Zeiss Ikon Carrying Case SN: 207512
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