This camera aesthetically shows normal signs of use.
NOTE: There is fungus within the irremovable glass, please be aware that it would be best to shoot at or above f/8.
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Petri Color Corrected Super
Kuribayashi A.C. Petri Orikkor f/2.8 45mm SN: 155566
Petri Brown Leather Carrying Case
The models above were replaced with the Petri 2.8 Color Super (1958), Petri 1.8 Color Super (1959), and Petri 1.9 Color Super (1960) (these cameras are called 'Color Super' by McKeown, and elsewhere, but no Petri document has yet been seen using this name). All have a bright-line frame in the viewfinder, with parallax correction. This is illuminated via a green glass window in the front of the top housing, which also covers the rangefinder window (once again, the specification must have been changed; McKeown shows an example of the f/1.9 camera in which only the bright-line panel is covered with green glass, not the RF spot). The styling of the three models is very similar, whereas, in the preceding series, the model with the faster lens was more generally better-specified.
The Petri E.Bn of 1960 is simply a Color Super with an uncoupled selenium meter fitted to it, according to McKeown. After this, Petri began the Petri 7 series of rangefinders, along the lines of the Canonet, with selenium meters arranged around the lens.
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