The Koroll cameras Bencini koroll 24 manual 120 film and 35mm viewfinder cameras made by Bencini in Milan, Italy starting in the 1950s. The body was based on a single aluminium alloy casting, which included the lens barrel.
Each model seems to have gone through a number of facelifts, with minor cosmetic changes. The Koroll cameras were 120 film and 35mm viewfinder cameras made by Bencini in Milan, Italy in the 1950s.
The body was based on a single aluminium alloy casting, which included the lens barrel. Each model seems to have gone through a number of facelifts, with minor cosmetic changes. The Bencini Koroll was introduced by CMF Bencini, Milan, Italy circa 1951. It is a viewfinder camera which takes 6x6 images on 120 roll film. The camera featured a 90mm f11 collapsible lens, and a singlespeed of 130th of a second, plus Bulb. Bencini Koroll S camera instruction manual. Bencini Koroll S manual. Please click on the images to see enlarged versions.
If you've lost your Bencini Koroll 24 S manual (also known as an instruction manual, instruction book or user guide) you'll find it here. We also have: Focal camera guides the perfect follow on The Bencini Koroll 24s uses ordinary 120 film, but exposes 24 pictures on it.
The format is 34. 5 cm. Just one shutter speed ( 150 sec and B ) and two apertures ( f: 9 and f: 11 ). Feb 21, 2012 Mike, the Koroll seems to be half frame from 6x6, cropped the other way to 4. 5 cm to give a reasonable frame proportion. The 6x4. 5 is a correct" half frame" for 120, half of the 6x9 frame original to that film size. Mar 01, 2017 Breve videopost, primo di una serie, su una fotocamera" vintage" molto interessante, la Bencini Koroll II.
We charge only once per order for postage and packing. The total for your order will be: 6. 95 All orders are despatched the day we receive them and should be with you within 10 days. All our manuals are printed to the highest quality and bound as a Bencini made a range of Koroll camera during the 1950s1960s but only the Koroll 24, 24s, II and III shot half frames.
The II& III had better shutter speed and aperture choices which might make them more useful choices. Aug 21, 2017 The Bencini Koroll and Comet 120 and 127 cameras are very common in the UK, having been sold by Boots the Chemist during the 1950's. However the 35mm version, the Koroll 35, seems much rarer, perhaps because 35mm was in its infancy as a mass market format, being something of a luxury back then.
What is it? This is a Bencini Koroll II made by Bencini in Milan, Italy starting around 1962. It is a strange medium format camera designed to use 120 roll film, but takes small 30mm x 45mm exposures which are only slightly larger in size than 3cm x 4cm images shot on 127 roll film.