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Belfoca Junior Bonotar 10.5cm f/4.5 6×9

 50,00

  • Analogni fotoaparat (Sa rol filmom) / Film camera (Roll 120)
  • Odlično stanje stanje / Excellent condition
  • Radna garancija na svu opremu / Time warranty for all items
  • Lično preuzimanje ili dostava na adresu kupca kurirskim službama / Local pick up or Post Express delivery servis


The Belfoca was a popular medium format folding camera for type No. 120 rollfilm, made by Belca and after 1957 made by Welta, and produced between c.1950-59.

With the presentation of the new Belca Belfoca II the basic belfoca is now called Belfoca I. It was similar to Belfoca but with slightly different struts. [1].

Made for 6x9cm images, it could be used with a mask for 6x6cm exposures. It had features that facilitated film load, exposure counting and closing the camera. The frame finder, the optional accessory brilliant finder and the shutter release button on top were further features to make this camera user-friendly. It was so popular that Feinmess in Freital started making camera lenses because other makers like Ludwig and Meyer had difficulties in supplying enough Meritar and Trioplan lenses. The camera was available with fast f4.5 lens or normal f6.3 lens. Shutter equipment was a multi-speed Tempor or Prontor-S shutter or a three-speed Binor or Junior shutter.

The waist level view finder has to have been optional because it is not very common on these more modern folding cameras. The Belfoca is more or less a copy of the Zeiss Nettar (515/2) but in spite of rather similar specifications the results are slightly inferior compared to the original.

After the WW2, the Dresden firm Balda stayed in east Germany and its name changed to Belca-Werk in 1951. It continued for some time to produce folders, and was absorbed into VEB Kamera-Werke Niedersedlitz in 1957. From that time Belca Belfoca cameras made by Welta, which was also a part of VEB-camera-Werke Niedersedlitz.


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Belfoca Junior Bonotar 10.5cm f/4.5 6×9

  • Feinmess Dresden
  • Analogni fotoaparat (Sa rol filmom) / Film camera (Roll 120)
  • Odlično stanje stanje / Excellent condition
  • Radna garancija na svu opremu / Time warranty for all items
  • Lično preuzimanje ili dostava na adresu kupca kurirskim službama / Local pick up or Post Express delivery servis

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The Belfoca was a popular medium format folding camera for type No. 120 rollfilm, made by Belca and after 1957 made by Welta, and produced between c.1950-59.

With the presentation of the new Belca Belfoca II the basic belfoca is now called Belfoca I. It was similar to Belfoca but with slightly different struts. [1].

Made for 6x9cm images, it could be used with a mask for 6x6cm exposures. It had features that facilitated film load, exposure counting and closing the camera. The frame finder, the optional accessory brilliant finder and the shutter release button on top were further features to make this camera user-friendly. It was so popular that Feinmess in Freital started making camera lenses because other makers like Ludwig and Meyer had difficulties in supplying enough Meritar and Trioplan lenses. The camera was available with fast f4.5 lens or normal f6.3 lens. Shutter equipment was a multi-speed Tempor or Prontor-S shutter or a three-speed Binor or Junior shutter.

The waist level view finder has to have been optional because it is not very common on these more modern folding cameras. The Belfoca is more or less a copy of the Zeiss Nettar (515/2) but in spite of rather similar specifications the results are slightly inferior compared to the original.

After the WW2, the Dresden firm Balda stayed in east Germany and its name changed to Belca-Werk in 1951. It continued for some time to produce folders, and was absorbed into VEB Kamera-Werke Niedersedlitz in 1957. From that time Belca Belfoca cameras made by Welta, which was also a part of VEB-camera-Werke Niedersedlitz.