Beirette k100 is a 35mm film viewfinder camera made by Beier and introduced in 1977. It is in the long lasting Beier Beirette series. [1] It is a very basic version of the Beier Beirette vsn.


  • Lens:Chromar 52mm f/11 filter slip-on, serial no.none
  • Aperture: fixed aperture
  • Focus range: 1-8m +inf
  • Focusing: manual front focusing, select 1-3, 3-8 or 8-inf steps
  • Shutter: two speeds Priomat everset shutter, set the ring to sunny (1/125) or cloudy / flash (1/30) symbols on the lens-shutter barrel, +B
  • Shutter release: on front of the camera, double exposure prevention, w/cable release socket, on the bottom of the release, pressing the shutter release cocks and release the shutter
  • Winding lever: long stroke, on the top plate
  • Frame counter: auto-reset, advance type, small window on the back of top-plate, not works wo/ the film in the camera
  • Viewfinder: bright frame finder
  • Re-wind lever: folding crank type, on the top-plate
  • Re-wind release: a knob on the bottom plate
  • Flash PC socket: none
  • Hot-shoe
  • Self-timer: none
  • Back cover: hinged, opens by a latch on right side of the camera
  • Tripod socket: ¼”
  • Strap lug : one, for hand grip
  • Body: plastic: Weight: 209g
  • Serial no. none

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. McKeown's p.117


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