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Was made in Stuttgart in Germany by Nagel Camerawerk. Between the years 1954 - 1957[1].

Approximately 136,000 were made[1].

This camera is basically a Retina Ib with two extra features. The main difference is the more sophisticated lens Schneider Xenon C 2,8/50mm of which the front part is exchangeable with a 35 mm wideangle and a 80 mm telelens part from Schneider. The other extra feature is the coupled distance meter incorporated in the viewfinder.

The camera has different accessories that you can purchase which include lenses, flashlights, light meter, tripods and lots more. This is all I have so far but I am trying to find more about it.

  1. 1.0 1.1 Coe, Brian, Kodak Cameras, The First Hundred Years, Hove Foto Books, 1988;
    however, History of Kodak Cameras, at lists 1955-58