Rolleiflex T Black
Rolleiflex T Black
The Rolleiflex T was produced between 1961-1966. The waist level viewfinder and square format of the image is a refreshing change of pace from the usual swathe of SLR cameras used today. Similarly, every part of the camera is manually operated – which forces you to consider the aspects of focus and exposure yourself, without any part of the experience being dictated to you by the camera.
The Zeiss 75mm Tessar lens fitted to the camera provides bright, sharp images which renders detail worthy of the larger negative yielded from medium format film, and is well known for it’s excellent quality.
The camera comes in the original half case and comes with metal cap, and non-Rollei hood.
Cosmetic: Overall very good condition. Some minimal signs of use and wear, but very presentable and usable.
Optical: Viewfinder bright, and clean. Taking and viewing lenses free from haze, scratches and fungus..
Mechanical: All shutter speeds are accurate and all mechanical functions are working properly.
- Additional Information
Franke & Heidecke
Manual focus only
- Condition, Delivery & Returns
Our photos. The vast majority of our items are individually photographed - however any commonplace items will be listed in multiples and may be stock photos which we have previously made. An example of this would be standard 50mm f/1.8 lenses for Olympus OM or Pentax PK. We get dozens of these and it is not efficient to list them indivudually. Items purchased will match their descriptions in terms of condition and functionality, and be as similar as possible to the images shown but may have nominal differences. As a rule of thumb, we always use individual photographs for items over £50.
Every single piece of used equipment we sell is comprehensively inspected and tested by us. If an item has faults, they will be fully and accurately described - but all our items will be usable for their intended purpose - we do not sell items for spares or in need of repair on our website.
We describe each item individually in detail on the product page to ensure that everything that you need to know about the item is clear and simple. The description is usually just a short sentence about each aspect of the item - the cosmetic, optical, electronic and mechanical condition is noted - but any faults or oddities will be included here too, so remember to read them carefully!