Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. Compact camera 3 x 4 cm in 127 films, Tessar 3.5 / 5 cm in Compur. Interior modified movie channel and therefore without number.
a Zeiss Ikon Kolibri (id. 7649)
The Kolibri is a made chamber between 1930 and 1935 by Zeiss Ikon AG in Dresden, Germany This camera uses a film type 127 with 16 exhibitions 3x4 cms La.. chamber is made of metal and comes completely lined with black skin the arrangement of the camera is vertical and its objective is mounted on a retractable tube chrome;. the camera has a foldable optical viewfinder on top Originally the Kolibri also had. a like pivot leg to keep the camera upright
in 1930 the German manufacturers of cameras focused primarily on making cameras roll film that followed a design that had evolved from the cameras folding plate they tried simply to make a more compact version. , so at that time it was difficult to distinguish chambers others, all had a very similar appearance the Kolibri instead sported a. shape and design very original and differed from the others by its absence bellows This camera was also known as the " camera-jewel" (and as in the case of jewelry, the price was not exactly cheap) and as such is presented in a beautiful velvet-lined box inside
like many of the Zeiss Ikon cameras, to make this model was given. great attention to design the camera Kolibri is very attractive thanks to its attention to detail, such as the rounded corners (although this detail you can make a little harder to hold camera). Zeiss Ikon highlighted precisely because of its magnificent design department, who took care of every detail of their new products.