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Which cams have "automatic" transport---?
Old 08-30-2018   #1
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Which cams have "automatic" transport---?

Which cams have "automatic" transport---?...no need for red-windows. I am referring to the problem of lacking numbers.
have bessa I 105mm vaskar and nettar 75mm-518/16 two of each and yes 3DStereo possible.
How about using Linhof backing paper? are the numbers complete?
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This may not be on your "A" list , but the Iskra 1 had automatic counters , and if you find one in great shape their lens took a back seat to no one . Peter
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The Certo Six had automatic transport, I believe.
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From what I have on hand, and what I can think of:
Agfa Super Isolette (and the Russian copy Iskra)

Fuji GS645
Fuji GF670
Voigtlander Bessa IIIW (wide version of Fuji GF670)

Kodak Medalist I, II
Mamiya C2, C3, up to the C330s
Minolta Autocords
Rolleiflex 3.5F, 2.8F (and all Rolleiflexes from the Automat onwards)
I know that these are TLRs, but the Mamiyas do have bellows



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The Kodak Monitor Six-20 did and the Graflex 23 Graphic film backs for some 4x5 cameras had automatic film advance without using a red window at all.
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Makina 67 cameras do
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The Kodak Monitor Six-20 did and the Graflex 23 Graphic film backs for some 4x5 cameras had automatic film advance without using a red window at all.
The Calumet 6x7 roll film backs for 4x5 did also.

Also the Yashica 124, and Rolleiflex. The Welta 6x6 and probably the 6x9 as well as the Mamiya Six had autowind, but you had to line up with the red window first.
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