terça-feira, 19 de dezembro de 2017

Carena 126 Sport (1988-1989)

Carena 126 Sport (1988-1989)
Esta fotografia é do exemplar que possuo


Photo Porst was a German distributor and retailer of many brands of cameras. It was founded in 1919 by Hans Porst in Nuremberg, Germany. For many years Porst bought cameras from other manufacturers, among them Adox, Agfa, Balda, Braun, Dacora, and Franka, and rebadged them. In the early years, from the 1930s to the end of the 1950s, it used the Hapo brand, an acronym of Hans Porst. Later on, the house brand cameras appeared under the PORST name, e.g. PORST compact reflex or PORST 135 BS. In the 1970s the house-brand Carena was added. A lot of these later house-brand cameras were produced by Cosina, but also by Balda, Franka, Fuji, Mamiya, Taron, and Yashica.

By 1996, the Porst chain of camera stores was Germany's largest photographic retailer, and in that year it was purchased by a Belgian investment group. In 2001, ownership was transferred to Pixelnet. The following year, the company became insolvent and the rights to the name Porst were sold to the German group Ringfoto.


Objektiv/Lens: fixfocus carena Spezial 38mm f:1/8

Objektiv Anschl. Lens mount fix

Verschluss/Shutter Einfach-V 1/50 sec

Belichtung/exposure Manuelle Belichtungssteuerung 2 Blendenstufen

Messystem/Light metering keine Belichtungsmessung

Blitz Synch./ flash synch X-Blitzwürfel

Abmessungen/size: Kass. 126 (28x28)

Gewicht/weight 84 gr

Hersteller/manufacturer Singapur?

Baujahr von/bis ca 1988/89

Preis ca./price DM 15,- in 1988

Fonte: kamera-geschichte.de


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