Exakta collecting is growing all over the world.
written by Exakta collectors
- 12 June 1999
The BiŹvres camera fair
and the Exacta Ihagee Club de France general meeting
- 10 June 1999
Last literary work by Clément Aguila and Michel Rouah
- 9 June 1999
Max picture play
Words and music by an Exakta enthusiast. Look at the page, you MUST have the CD.
- 30 May 1999
12" Meyer NY Telephoto Lens
I wait for your comments about this lens...
- 21 May 1999
The first one is a Sperling prism for the post-war Exakta 66...
- 19 May 1999
Ihagee Jr Classification
The rare Ihagee Jrs with lens and body numbers
- 16 May 1999
Ebay, Part VII
A hard to find new in box postwar Exakta 66, from Australia
- 16 May 1999
Ebay, Part VI
A Military prewar Exakta 66, discussion about collectors
- 14 May 1999
the Italian importer's head office around 40 years ago
- 14 May 1999
Another Ihagee Jr
from The Netherlands
- 12 May 1999
few of them survived. Here you can find two of them!
- 10 May 1999
Exakta VP A, Version 1
details and pictures, #403455
- 8 May 1999
Pre-production Kine Exakta Update
by Gary Cullen
- 7 May 1999
1st North American International Meeting
of Exakta Circle Members
April 23&24 1999
- 24 April 1999
Four VP Night
from the MF, pictures and body numbers
- 15 April 1999
Dallmeyer Telephoto lens
mounted in a Burke & James focusing mount
- 27 Mar 1999
VP Wide Angle Lenses
from MF collection
- 26 Mar 1999
Aguila thinks it is a prototype...
- 24 Mar 1999
Early VP A
with unusual flat distance scale
- 22 Mar 1999
An unusual Macro Lens
no focusing, no F stops
- 25 Feb 1999
A great collection for sale
at Christie's South Kensington, on Thursday 18 March 1999, with results and comments.
- 23 Jan 1999
The unusual Brinkmann device
A neversaw scientific device with meter, bought at the Ebay Auction. Text and pictures by Valentin Sama, Madrid, Spain
- 23 Jan 1999
Another Military Tessar
Valentin Sama writes how you can buy a "surprise" Exa Rheinmetall. If you wish to look at the other Tessar with a long letter by James Marc Small, you can here
- 15 Jan 1999
The pre-production Kine Exakta
A long article written and illustrated by Gary Cullen, Vancouver area, Canada. Great information about the
world's earliest surviving 35mm SLR
- 14 Jan 1999
The black flange Exas
Louis Emmet Mahoney wrote a long article (great information) on the early Exas
- Now we are ten!
Jim Anderson writes on the first 10 years of the Exakta Circle
Klaus Rademaker shows rare or unusual cameras.
- Lens mounts
drawings and text by Klaus Wichmann on lens mounts
- Half Frame Exa
Details on this rare camera by Klaus Wichmann
- Exakta VX III?
The Peter Longden's dream
- The tortuous path...
This is a long article (50K text and several little images) by Maurizio Frizziero on the hard path towards a camera collection. I divided it in four parts:
- The beginning
- Case histories
- Shopping from home
- The fleamarkets and
the classified ads
Two Exa classifications and details on the different models and versions
- First Exa, Versions 1-6
- From Exa I to Exakta 500
- Kine Exakta Anniversary
Thanks to the Exakta Circle for...
- Exakta in the movies
The Last Emperor, Rear Window, Farewell to the king, ... soon Private Eye...
A Canadian collector celebrates the Kine Exakta anniversary with a hologram.
- Short articles and...
Something interesting to read about the juniors 135 and 127
- Exakta Diamant
by Dr. Rex Watson. History and details of this camera
- Elbina leaflets
Never entered onto production but Klaus owns the leaflets..
- Rare VPs
3 rare VPs from the Frizziero Collection
- Ihagee Junior
Photographs and details of the first VP Junior
- Odds and rarities
rare and modified cameras from the Jim Hayes Collection
- The Military Tessar
Marc James Small writes about a rare military Tessar to Maurizio Frizziero
- The Novoflex viewfinder
Unusual viewfinder for the Varex cameras
London Shops and Photographica
London walks towards a camera collection, from Pied Bull Yard to Portobello, from Christie's to Royal Horticural Hall
- London Part I
An unusual way of giving information about camera dealers and flea-markets walks, photos and links
- London Part II
Part II, from Photographica 97 to Camden Passage, interesting
information on collectors, shops and...
- London Part III
1998 news and Asahi Optical Historical Club
- Exakta Times
The quarterly Exakta Circle Magazine, contents and links to some interesting articles.
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