See also Exakta Kine and Varex Series list.
- Sold as Exakta VXIIa in USA
- Version 5; There are 4 sub-versions  
- In the last version there is a new name plate and logo: uppercase "EXAKTA" on black background
- Specifications are same with the Exakta Varex VX, except:
- Flash PC sockets: three, modern type, M, F, X, sync.1/25 (separate on the fast speeds knob)
- Back cover: hinged and detachable
|Exakta VX IIa Version 5.2 c.1962 Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 50mm f/2.8 |
image by Süleyman Demir
|Exakta VX IIa Version 5.2 c.1962 Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 50mm f/2.8
Images by Süleyman Demir (Image rights)
Notes and references
- The classification of Exaktas in this page is according to Andrzej Wrotniak
- Notes about Exa/Exakta classification:from F.W. Tappe Andrzej Wrotniak made a very sensible classification, listed on his website. It is multi dimensional in setup, without being complicated.. Richard Hummel's 1995 book lists an "one dimensional" classification, which is incomplete, but many sources still refer to this. Aguila and Rouah (A&R) in their 2003 edition of "Exakta cameras 1933 - 1978", come to an improved classification. They built on their previous 1987 edition classification, which was the leading standard among collectors. Klaus Wichmann, prolific writer of books about Exakta - and Exa cameras, published his classifications earliest.
- in Andrzej Wrotniak's website
- in Maurizio Frizziero's website
- in Captain Jack's website
- in Exaktapages by Olaf Nattenberg
- in F.W. Tappe's website
- in Dresdner cameras by Michael Sorms
- Exakta Varex IIa at Classic Cameras by RaúlM.
- Exakta VX, Exakta VX IIA,* Exakta VX IIB in Sylvain Halgand collection
- Exakta Varex by Ryszard Kobus