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Manufactured or assembled in Germany from 1967 to (After) 1967.
Index of rarity in France: Frequent (among non-specialized garage sales)
Inventory number: 69

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Chronology of cameras Certo 

Traduction de Sylvain Halgand

With such a name of manufacturer and model, one believes more in one Italian camera than German; and yet Certo is an old firm of Dresden. The cameras manufactured after the second world war were thus East-German.

It is very basic, having of two apertures (8 and 11) and two speed regulations (B and M). Oddly, the M corresponds to an exposure and B with a snapshot, whereas in German instantaneous is said Momentaufnahme (!)

The aperture of the camera gives a rather particular result since the cap and the plate which supports the lens separate completely from the remainder. Approximately, you have in a hand of metal (aluminum?) and in the other of the metal covered with fabric.

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