This is the camera which took the next bunch of photographs I'll be posting ~ my 1935 Zeiss Super-Ikonta 'A' 530/16 ~ or 'The Little Angel', as I know her, as distinct from 'The Beast' ~ my 1950 Super-Ikonta 532 'B' 6x6.
I've included my lovely old 35mm Spotmatic SLR & 50mm lens, and the Zeiss's case, for a sense of scale...so people can see just how really dinky this little old german folder is, for a proper medium-format camera that shoots 120 film, and how it really can fit in one's coat pocket once folded ~ it's actually about the same size as the Spotmatic body, without a lens fitted (a little smaller all-round in fact, less it's case).
She has an uncoated 75mm f/3.5 - f/32 Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar lens (100% of Carl Zeiss equipment was "Jena", pre-WWII), in a Compur shutter with speeds from 1sec - 1/500th sec + 'B' & 'T' settings, and takes 16 6x4.5 frames off a roll, in portrait format when the camera's upright (you turn it on it's side, as here, for landscape format).
The old dear may be showing her age a bit ~ but this gal is still a 100% reliable picture-taker, and really turns a fair trick or two for a senior citizen, once she hoiks her skirts up for action.
And I just love her!