Agfa Click-II Camera
Click-II is a medium format film viewfinder camera manufactured by Agfa Kamerawerk AG, Munich, Germany and produced between 1959-70.
- One (1) Agfa Click-II Rangefinder Camera
- One (1) Achromat 72.5mm f/8.8 lens
- One (1) pack of Film
The Click was yet another cheap Agfa camera designed for the Lomography. With its one speed shutter and few option it was never intended to be anything else than this. Unlike it’s 6×9 brother the Clack it was completely constructed out of plastic making it quite vulnerable for damage, if you drop a Click it will most likely break.
The main differences between the Clack and the Click is the lens, the Clack has a lens of f11 – f16 while the Click has a f8.8 -f11 lens. Other differences are the fact that the Click II is 6×6 camera (opposed to the 6×9 of the Clack) and thus is a little more economic. The Click II also lacks a socket for a cable release and it’s a mystery why Agfa decided to drop this feature. The results of the Click II are not bad for such a cheap camera.
This circumstance was neither achieved by a high-resolution image sensor nor by any other special features, but is owed to the absence of modern settings. Apart from all the things the Click is lacking, it holds some attributes that make photography such a pleasure.
Samples of Click-II films
All 35mm films are available from major film company. Various options from Fuji Velvia 50, llford XP2/HP5, Kodak Tri-X/T-Max, etc. Available both in slide and Black & White film.
Film photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever . . . it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything. 35mm film SLR camera is more than a medium for factual communication of ideas. It is a creative art.
Agfa Click-II rangefinder camera
Achromat 72.5mm f/8.8 lens
Cameras are refurbished to make it to be in good appearance. Some may have experienced some small signs of wear, but mechanisms and overall condition are good.
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