The Agfa Isolette I is a compact folding camera that uses 120 film. The Isolette I was manufactured between 1952-1958 in two versions, the early version (1951-1954) has a disc-shaped depth-of-field calculator, placed in a matching position that of the film advance knob, on the right of the camera. The model manufactured between (1955-1958) the depth-of-field calculator is absent and some examples have depth of field brackets marked on the face-plate of the shutter around the focus scale of the lens. The Isolette I has a coated f/4.5 Agnar lens, and a synchronised Vario or Pronto shutter and uses a body shutter release.
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