Leica 35-135 Imarect / VIOOH (1940-1964) Optical Finder
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Leica Imarect / VIOOH Universal Optical Finder Model 1940~1964 mounted on a Leica rangefinder camera body by Bob1394@Ebay

Extracted from photoethnography.com website:
"The Leica 35-135 Imarect/ VIOOH (1940-1964) looks cute and is a great improvement on the VIDOM because it has two prisms, so things are laterally correct. This makes it much easier to use. Both the VIDOM and Imarect/VIOOH are parallax compensating (manually). Like its older sibling, the Imarect is also a cropping finder. You can't see outside the framelines ('cuz it's a crop), which is one of the beauties of the Leica system. "

Leica Imarect / VIOOH Universal Optical Finder Model 1940~1964 by Bob1394@Ebay
Leica Imarect / VIOOH Universal Optical Finder Model 1940~1964 rear section view
Leica Imarect / VIOOH Universal Optical Finder Model 1940~1964 calibrating knob
Leica Imarect / VIOOH Universal Optical Finder Model 1940~1964 side view
Leica Imarect / VIOOH Universal Optical Finder Model 1940~1964 TOP view
Leica Imarect / VIOOH Universal Optical Finder Model 1940~1964 rear section view with E.Leitz Wetzlar old logo

3rd Party Alternatives

Variframe-Viewfinders (various):- Tewe 35-135mm, Tewe 35-200mm, Walz 35-135mm (VIOOH copy), Steinheil 35-135mm (Tower engraving), Optimus 35-135mm, T.O.C. 28-135mm, BITTCO 35-200mm, some with cases;
Variframe-Viewfinders (various):- Tewe 35-135mm, Tewe 35-200mm, Walz 35-135mm (VIOOH copy), Steinheil 35-135mm (Tower engraving), Optimus 35-135mm, T.O.C. 28-135mm, BITTCO 35-200mm, some with cases;
Variframe-Viewfinders (various):- Tewe 35-135mm, Tewe 35-200mm, Walz 35-135mm (VIOOH copy), Steinheil 35-135mm (Tower engraving), Optimus 35-135mm, T.O.C. 28-135mm, BITTCO 35-200mm, some with cases;

Credit: Image courtesy of Mr. Peter Coeln from LEICA Shop®, Austria who also operates a popular Westlicht Auction House. Image Copyright © 2008. All rights reserved. Please respect the visual property of the contributing photographer.


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Credit: Image(s) courtesy of BOB1394@Ebay.com from his EBAY STORE. He also operates an personal section at Lenswork64. Image(s) copyright © 2008. All rights reserved. Please respect the visual property of the contributing photographer.

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