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    Posted 12 years ago

    Henry
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    A 1938-41 Kamera Werkstatten 6x6 Pilot Super. In nice shape, everything appears to be functional, a fun little camera. Due to the color of the chrome trim I believe it is polished nickel.Very interesting light meter on the front -top of the view finder lid. The lenses where interchangable. Younger brother of the Pilot 6 which is what I was after when I stumbled upon this Super.

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    1. JohnKratz JohnKratz, 12 years ago
      Ahh, another one I wish I had! I love the Pilots!
    2. Rocky22222 Rocky22222, 12 months ago
      had to check the film size yup 220 .... http://www.jnoir.eu/en/cameras/kw/pilot/
    3. Rocky22222 Rocky22222, 12 months ago
      oops 120...
    4. Rocky22222 Rocky22222, 12 months ago
      220 Film. 220 film is the same width as 120, but with double length (144 cm) and thus twice the number of exposures per roll. ... This allows a longer film on the same spool, but as a result, there are no printed frame numbers for old cameras that have a red window as a frame indicator. 220 is getting harder to find as well

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