Iloca Rapid B. by Karen Nakamura. Overview and Personal Comments. The Iloca Rapid B is yet another German consumer rangefinder of the 1950s. It was produced in 1954 but McKeowns doesn't give an end date, so maybe it was just made one year? Iloca QuickB The QuickB model shares the basic body housing with the RapidB, and consequently owes more of its heritage to the RapidB than to previous Quick or QuickA models.
However, the large film advance and rewind knobs on each side of the top plate signify that this is not one of the Rapid models. Find great deals on eBay for iloca camera. Shop with confidence. Functionally, the Iloca Quick is quite a compact camera with a nice, robust and uncluttered feel about it. This particular model, the QuickA, has no metering and no rangefinder, although QuickB versions did incorporate an inbuilt rangefinder.
Iloca Quick A 35mm Posted 122'12. The next page contains information on this camera. If the Iloca quick b manual below looks like your camera, click below to see the full manual. If you find this manual useful, how about a donation of 3 to: M. Butkus, 29 Lake Ave.High Bridge, NJ Find great deals on eBay for iloca rapid b. Shop with confidence. Iloca Quick B and Photrix QuickB (rangefinder focus) Iloca Rapid and Rapid A1 1952 Iloca Rapid B Sears Tower 51 1954 Iloca Rapid 1956 Iloca Realist instruction manual in PDF format (English) from OrphanCameras.
com; Iloca Quick A instruction manual in PDF format (English) manual: The Iloca was a 35mm rangefinder camera produced from 1952 to 1959 by Wilhelm Witt of Hamburg.
Models designated" Rapid" had a rapid winding lever. Iloca Rapid B and Iloca IIa at Daniel Mitchell's camera site; This article was originally based on" Iloca" in Camerapedia, The Iloca Rapid B is yet another German consumer rangefinder of the 1950s. It was produced in 1954 but McKeowns doesn't give an end date, so maybe it was just made one year?
The Iloca comes with a simple Steinheil Mnchen Cassar S 50mm f2. 8 lens; Prontor SVS leaf shutter; and a coupled rangefinder. Classic Cameras has the best Iloca Rapid B. A German rangefinder camera made in the 1950s by Wilhelm Witt.
There were several variants of this camera. Some were sold by Montgomery Ward as the Photrix while others were sold by Sears Roebuck as the Tower 51. Purchase a printed and bound 10 page manual for the Iloca Quick below A printed manual for the Iloca Quick from us will cost you much less than it would cost in ink and paper to print 10 pages yourself. The Iloca RapidB was the rangefinder version of the Iloca Rapid and, in many respects, similar to the QuickB apart from the rapid winder and smaller rewind knob.
It featured helical focussing with a coupled rangefinder.