Voigtlander Bessa-III 667 6 x 7 / 6 x 6 Type Rangefinder Folding Camera

SKU: VTB3667 MFR: AA667M
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About Voigtlander Bessa-III

The Voigtlander Bessa-III 667 is a highly portable, folding bellows camera that allows extremely high-quality images to be taken using a high-performance lens unit. The camera is equipped with an unique mechanism for switching between film formats.

Voigtlander Bessa-III Specifications

Camera Type
6 x 7 type rangefinder folding camera
Film format
6 x 7 and 6 x 6 by selector switch
6 x 7 size: 56 x 69mm
6 x 6 size: 56 x 56mm
120 or 220 roll film
6 x 7 size: 120 - 10 shots, 220 - 20 shots
6 x 6 size: 120 - 12 shots, 220 - 24 shots
HELIAR 3.5/80mm
6 elements in 4 groups
Angle of view
6 x 7 size: 57°
6 x 6 size: 53°
Manually controlled helicoid
Focusing range
0.9 m - inf.
Coincidence type rangefinder with bright frame and automatic parallax correction
Macro ratio
X 0.7
Diopter correction
Eyepiece diopter (19mm tread) can be screwed on
Indicators in view finder
LED: Aperture Priority Auto Mode and properly set shutter speed indicator lit
Manual exposure mode
Battery consumption warning
Electronically controlled lens shutter. Shutter speed 4s - 1/500 sec.
Exposure control
Center weighted average metering
Exposure compensation: +/- 2 by 1/3 steps
Film speed
Manually set. ISO25 - 3200 by 1/3 steps
Film winding
By film advance dial
Film counter
Additive type with auto reset, automatically switched to 120 or 220 type synchronized with film type selector switch on film pressure plate
X1 CR2 Lithium battery
178mm x 109mm x 138 mm or 64mm (closed)
Voigtlander warranty
Mfr #

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Shopper  does it shoot automatic?
Andrew R  Not sure I understand your question. This camera is manual focus, with Aperture Priority autoexposure (semi-automatic). Film wind is manual.
Shopper  What is the difference between these two models?
NED B  Same camera, different colors with different nameplates.

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