Ica-Lloyd Rollfilm/plate Camera

1927-1931 in Germany
Zeiss Ikon AG

ICA-Lloyd rollfilm/plate camera, in leather case. Made by Zeiss-Ikon. Metal folding camera for rollfilm or plates, 3 1/4 x 5 1/2". Zeiss Tessar, F:150mm, f/4.5-45. No. 776066, Compur shutter 1/2/5/10/25/50/100/200/B/T setting wheel and cocking lever. Serial No 132100. Rotating reflecting brilliant finder with spirit level; wire frame finder. Screw rising and cross front. Rack and pinion focusing, inf.-7'. 2 scale positions for plate and film. DistributionNo K 84302. In leather case. (M4223). The Lloyd camera was similar to the Icarette rollfilm models but was also adaptable for use with plates and available in quarter-plate size. In Germany, between 1929-1931, it was marketed as the Icarette-Lloyd. This camera sold in Great Britain for between £12 and £14.


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bone, glass, leather, leatherette and metal (unknown)
deployed: 250 mm x 165 mm x 212 mm,
rollfilm camera
  • tools and equipment
  • equipment by process
  • image making equipment
  • camera (function)
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford

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