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Agfa Iso-Rapid C
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Manufactured or assembled in Germany from 1966 to 0.
Index of rarity in France: Very usual (among non-specialized garage sales)
Inventory number: 756

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Traduction de Sylvain Halgand

This camera appeared in 1966 to use the new Flashcube lamps. As its name indicates it, it was to be charged with a Rapid cartridge. The lens has an aperture of 8,2. The shutter two-speed Parator 1/40 and 1/80 secondes. When Flashcube is installed, the shutter speed is automatically regulated to the 1/40 secondes.
According to the Natkin catalog of 1966, this camera was worth 98 francs. In outfit (camera, bag, three flashcubes, a black and white charger), it was worth 135 francs.
It is distinguished from the Iso-Rapid ICby the rotation of Flashcube which is coupled with the advance of film. On Isorapid I C, this rotation is manual.

Agfa Iso-Rapid C