After several years, production was switched to Singapore with lenses made by Rollei under license from Zeiss.
Collectors place a premium on the German made cameras, though the later Sonnar cameras are certainly better shooters.
Just move the button on the back of the top plate, and the battery pops up.
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Chuck Close we search for truth, sometimes we find beauty - Lisette Model Interesting - I wonder if it isn't a frankenstein...where someone took parts from 3.5E to repair some other type. Chuck Close we search for truth, sometimes we find beauty - Lisette Model Yup, the Tessar is a giveaway - Bay I. Krikor Maralian told me there are tons of Rollei's out there with mixed and matched parts - a friend of mine has a 2.8E with a dollop of F bits.
Date of appearance: 1958 Trademark: Rolleiflex Manufacturer: Franke & Heidecke Product code: Type K4D Made in: Germany Circulation: 20 000 pieces Dimensions: 112 × 148 × 98 mm Weight: 1220 g Colors: black, chrome Tags: featured Rolleiflex 3.5F Model 1 film camera came with 2 taking lens, Planar 3,5/75mm Carl Zeiss Oberkochen and Xenotar 3.5/75mm, Schneider Kreuznach, both Bayonet 2.
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Of course, the battery compartment is kind of ugly on top of the camera.