REVIEW: Voigtländer Vito II
Posted by Bengt Köhler Sandberg 2012-03-13
Lens: Voigtländer Color - Skopar 50mm f/3.5
Aperture: f/3.5 - f/16
10 bladed aperure
Shutter: Pronto - S
1/300 sec to 1 sec plus a Bulb setting
Takes standard 135 film
Analogue B&W film
Wide open have great contrast and pretty good sharpness but you have some vignette.
Like most cameras from the 50s this is built like a rock.
All moving parts feel very solid.
I'm very pleased with this camera.
The lens is sharp and have great contrast.
One downside is that this don´t have any rangefinder so if you don´t have a external one you have to guess the range which can be quite hard.
All mechanical parts have a nice feel and are very solid
Would like to see a rangefinder on it but this would make it bigger and heavier
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Scanner: Epson V700
Film: EFKE 25
Developer: Kodak D76
And I used a tripod for all the images.
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