Genos Rapid

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    The Rapid is a bakelite reflex box camera that was made in Germany in 1950. Some were made without the strap, and there was also a less common version with a finder hood.
    At the bottom there are three levers. The first one lets you choose one of two apertures, the second one lets you choose whether to use a built-in filter, and the third lets you select "instant" or "bulb" shutter speeds.
    This example has a torn strap and some chips in the body, but I like the design and the price was right!

    anamacula, pianococtail, and 4 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Randy Knox 88 months ago | reply

      I find almost all cameras interesting.
      The design of this does have a certain appeal to me, however.

    2. logiskey 31 months ago | reply

      i found 1 like in my basement belonged to my grandfather, how much it cots if i want to sell it ?

    3. f6point3studio 27 months ago | reply

      John, I think my own Genos Rapid will be arriving in today's mail! :)

    4. John Kratz 27 months ago | reply

      Cool, post a picture of it!

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