Agfa Clack, 1960’s

SKU: CC0042

100.00 85.00

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The Agfa Clack is a viewfinder box camera produced by Agfa from 1954 to 1965 and manufactured in München, Germany. Uses 120 film. Clack has only a few features. In the “M” (manual) setting, the shutter always fires at 1/60 of a second, and in the “B” (bulb) setting, you hold the shutter open for as long as you would like to expose the film. You can choose one of two apertures––f/11 or f/12.5––based on “sunny” or “shady” settings indicated by weather icons. Tripod socket. This vintage item remains fully functional in perfect working order.

The Agfa Clack played a central role in the 2013 novel, Klack, by German author  Klaus Modick.