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Gerlach (Nixon)Nixette

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c1954-1955. 120 film, 6x6cm exposures, folding, viewfinder camera. In 1954 same as Trixette, and in 1955 same as Trixette II.

Gerlach (Nixon): Nixette camera

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by afildes » Thu Jan 04, 2018 9:49 pm

I recently acquired a Nixette - it says so on the front door - but it has two finder windows like the Trixette II and was in a Trixette case. It is very basic. The dress ring for the 7.5cm f5.6 Supra lens is crudely printed rather than engraved and the second window appears to be a dummy to make it look like a rangefinder. Almost impossible to close the leather case without triggering the open button! The lens erector frame is quite well designed though. Vario shutter with 25, 50 and 200s speeds plus B. Manually cocked and with large side trigger that pushes away from the lens to fire. A cheapie but with a few interesting features.

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