This Rollei is in great condition externally. The mirror inside the camera has deterioration on the edges. This does not affect the images taken on the camera or the experience. Check photos for condition.
- Rollei Rolleiflex 2.8F SN: 2461816
- Heidosmat 80mm f/2.8 SN: 913217
- Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm f/2.8 SN: 4353786
- Brown Leather Case
The 2.8F model K7F of 1960 was available for the longest. Available for 20 years with four minor revisions up to the K7F4 of at the end of 1981. The F versions remove the EVS system. The first revision K7F uses a Planar lens and uses 120 films and has the 12 frame counter. K7F2 was released in 1965, like most 120 film camera revisions released that year it was because of 220 film and provided a new 12/24 frame counter. K7F3 is nearly the same but simplifies the back and no longer takes the flat glass adapter. The K7F4 typically has the Xenotar lens. Later limited production camera runs became available such as the Aurum(1983, c.1500 units) and K7FP Platinum edition (1984 till 1985, c.500 units) and the K4FPA till about 1989. In about 1988 the 2,8GX series was released.
Differences from Rolleiflex 2.8E are shown.
Production: from 1960 to 1981, about 82.200 units.
Format: 12 exposures of 6 x 6 cm on 120 type rollfilm.
From the end of 1965 onwards with format switch to 24 exposures of 6 x 6 cm on 220 type rollfilm
Furthermore, a Plate adapter for sheet film and a Rolleikin adapter for 35mm film cartridges can be used.
Rollei differential gear for coupling with the lightmeter
Lightmeter system (when present): coupled, Selenium photo element, the meter in the Focus knob
Coupled Depth of Field indicator.
Removable finder hood
Prepared for an after-sales modification with a Flat Glass (to improve film flatness) in the filmgate (K7F and K7F2 only)
Changes during the production period :
From halfway 1964: Meter- and Feet-scales alongside each other.
From End of 1965: Now also 220 film possible, giving 24 exposures 6x6cm
From Nov. 1965: No preparation for Flat Glass anymore
From halfway 1971: Smooth pressure plate
From halfway 1971: Plain Frontplate, with the text "Rollei-Werke, Franke & Heidecke", the so-called White Face
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