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This second version of the Colora camera was manufactured by Zeiss Ikon from approximately 1963 to 1965. Similar to the 1960 Colora camera. The camera carried Zeiss model number 10.0632. It was a metal bodied camera covered in leatherette. It took standard 35mm roll film. It was fitted with a Novar Anastigmat 2.8 50mm lens mounted in a Gauthier Pronto 125 shutter providing three speeds 1/30, 1/60 and 1/125 part of a second, plus bulb. The camera featured flash synchronization, a bright frame in finder, parallax markings and a tripod socket.
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