[rollei_list] Re: Polaroid Back?

  • From: Carlos Manuel Freaza <cmfreaza@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: rollei_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 11 Jan 2009 18:20:28 -0800 (PST)

I wrote about the Phillips and Polaroid versions
last year, this is the copy from my message:
> 
> "1)There was a pre-war Phillips version from 1939, a
> Rolleicord II with Triotar 3.5/75 lens, this camera
> could take 24 6x3 frames using masks.
> 
> 2)From 1957 there was a Phillips kit available to
> use
> with roll-film: A Phototube,  two special Rolleinar
> 4
> B I, 120 film masks 28x40mm for 24 exposures and
> 40x55mm for 16 exposures. The Rolleinar 4 did not
> have
> parallax compensation allowing photographs between
> 25
> to 20 cm. Prochnow shows a Rolleicord Va using this
> kit.-
> 
> 3)Starting 1962 Rollei modified 20 Rolleicord V to
> adapt the Polaroid back and to fit the Rolleicopi
> for
> the viewfinder to compensate the different focus for
> the Polaroid back. This version was developed to
> avoid
> to wait the film development and contact print time
> and due to the different focal plane for the
> Polaroid
> back it was not necessary to use the Rolleinar 4.-
> 
> 4)From 1965 to 1967 there were two different kits
> available: The complete Phillips case sold by
> Phillips
> containing the film and the Polaroid kit more the
> Rolleicord Vb camera (including two different size
> frames to join the Phototube to the Oscillograph
> screen and the Rolleicopi of course) and the little
> Rollei kit sold by Rollei; this kit included the
> Rolleicopi, the Polaroid back and a mask for the
> viewfinder screen only(not the Phillips phototube)
> and
> it was aimed to macrophotography for Rolleiflex and
> Rolleicord cameras in general without Rolleinar and
> with Polaroid film. This kit allowed macro
> photographs
> from 22 to 19cm with 75mm lenses, 24 to 21 cm with
> 80mm lenses and 66-58cm with the Tele-Rolleiflex and
> then the Polaroid back and the Rolleicopi also could
> be used for macrophotography as well for the
> Rolleiflex and Rolleicord with removable hood.-
http://www.tlr-cameras.com/German/slides/Rolleicopi/Rolleicopi.html
All the best
Carlos  



--- El dom 11-ene-09, Elias Roustom <eroustom@xxxxxxxxxxx> escribió:

> De: Elias Roustom <eroustom@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Asunto: [rollei_list] Polaroid Back?
> Para: rollei_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Fecha: domingo, 11 de enero de 2009, 10:32 pm
> Is there a polaroid back for the Rolleiflex TLR?
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