福伦达 voigtlander Brillant series

Brillant series

Brillant相机系列非常大。
它可以大致分为两部分:
1-金属相机(从1932年到1937年)序列号以字母开头(D-1932到J-1937)
2-胶木相机(1937年至1951年)无序列号
这些相机有一个很大的非聚焦镜头,实际上是一个精彩的取景器。
Brillant S(或Focusing Brillant)是唯一一款带有取景镜头的取景镜头。
这些相机上安装了各种各样的镜头和百叶窗。
金属相机甚至还有用不同语言编写的前面板:
德语,英语(他们的名字变成“Brilliant”),捷克语,西班牙语,法语,意大利语,波兰语。

The Brillant camera range is very large.
It can be roughly split in two parts:
1- metal cameras (from 1932 to 1937) The serial number begins with a letter (D-1932 to J-1937)
2- bakelite cameras (from 1937 to 1951) No serial number 
These cameras have a large non focusing lens, actually a brilliant finder.
The Brillant S (or Focusing Brillant) is the only one with a finder lens coupled with the taking lens.
A large variety of lenses and shutters were fitted on these cameras.
The metal cameras even had the front panel written in different languages :
German, English (their name became “Brilliant”), Czech, Spanish, French, Italian, Polish.

First metal model

Brillant (French)
1933

Brillant (Czech)
1933

Brilliant (English)
1936

Brillant (French)
1936

Second metal model

Brillant
1933

Brillant (French)
1933

Brillant (German)
1933

Brillant (Spanish)
1934

Bakelite models

Brillant V6
Compur
1937

Brillant V6
1940

Brillant V6
1947

Brillant V6
1949

Focusing Brillant
Compur
1939

Focusing Brillant
Compur Rapid
1945

 

 

Brillant metal 1933 (French)


E107XXX (1933) – 6×6 Film
Shutter 1/50 – Voigtar 7.7/75mm
Three focusing adjustments : Paysage, Groupe, Portrait.
Film window near the tripod bush.

Brillant metal 1933 (Czech)


E195XXX (1933) – 6×6 Film
Shutter 1/50 – Voigtar 7.7/75mm
Three focusing adjustments : Krajina, Skupina, Portret.
Film window near the tripod bush.

Brillant metal 1936 (English)


H563XXX (1936) – 6×6 Film
Shutter 1/50 – Voigtar 7.7/75mm
Three focusing adjustments : Landscapes, Groups, Portrait.
Film window on back.
Name is “BRILLIANT” not “BRILLANT”.

Brillant metal 1936 (French)


H531XXX (1936) – 6×6 Film
Shutter 1/50 – Voigtar 7.7/75mm
Three focusing adjustments : Paysage, Groupe, Portrait.
Film window on back.

Brillant metal Compur 1933


E193XXX (1933) – 6×6 Film
Compur shutter 1/300 – Skopar 4.5/75mm
Classic focusing ajustment by rotating ring. Higher than earlier models.
Film window near the tripod bush.

Brillant metal 1933 (French)


E269XXX (1933) – 6×6 Film
Shutter 1/100 – Voigtar 6.3/75mm
Classic focusing adjustment by rotating ring.
Film window near the tripod bush. Higher than earlier models.

Brillant metal 1933 (German)


E254XXX (1933) – 6×6 Film
Shutter 1/100 – Voigtar 6.3/75mm
Classic focusing adjustment by rotating ring.
Film window near the tripod bush. Higher than earlier models.

Brillant metal 1934 (Spanish)


F350XXX (1934) – 6×6 Film
Shutter 1/100 – Voigtar 6.3/75mm
Classic focusing adjustment by rotating ring.
Film window near the tripod bush. Higher than earlier models.


View of the text in Spanish.

Brillant bakelite V6 1937


1937 – 6×6 Film
Compur shutter 1/300 – Skopar 4.5/75mm
Bakelite camera.
Sports finder. Accessory compartment on the left side of the camera with a small rotating door.
Depth of field chart on the left side of the hinged cover.
Lubitel and Lubitel 2 Soviet cameras are copied from this model.

Brillant bakelite V6 1940


1940 – 6×6 Film
Compur Rapid shutter 1/500 – Voigtar 3.5/75mm
Bakelite camera.
Sports finder. Accessories compartment on the left side of the camera.
Depth of field chart on the left side of the hinged cover.

Brillant bakelite V6 1947


1947 – 6×6 Film
Compur Rapid shutter 1/300 – Voigtar 4.5/75mm
Bakelite camera.
Sports finder. Accessory compartment on the left side of the camera.
Depth of field chart on the left side of the hinged cover.
Aperture chart on the back of the hinged cover and not in the compartment for accessories.
The camera has a larger logo than on prewar models : the Voigtlander name is close to the rivets.
Note the black color of the extinction exposure meter (belichtungsmesser).

Brillant bakelite V6 1949


1949 – 6×6 Film
Prontor shutter 1/175 – Vaskar 4.5/75mm
Bakelite camera.
Sports finder. Accessory compartment on the left side of the camera.
Depth of field chart on the left side of the hinged cover.
Aperture chart in the compartment for accessories.
The camera has a larger logo than on prewar models : the Voigtlander name is close to the rivets.
Camera shown with the sports finder open.

Brillant S (focusing Brillant) 1939


1939 – 6×6 Film
Compur shutter 1/300 – Voigtar 4.5/7.5cm
Bakelite camera.
The only one Brillant with a viewing lens coupled with the taking lens allowing a real reflex focusing. Optical sports finder.
Accessories compartment on the left side of the body, with an extinction meter, a yellow filter and an exposure chart.
Magnifying glass in the hood.

Brillant S (focusing Brillant) 1945


1945 – 6×6 Film
Compur Rapid shutter 1/500 – Heliar 3.5/75mm
Bakelite camera. High range shutter and lens.
The only one Brillant with a viewing lens coupled with the taking lens allowing a real reflex focusing. Optical sports finder.
Accessories compartment on the left side of the body, with an extinction meter, a yellow filter and an exposure chart.
Magnifying glass in the hood.

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