The German-made large format Linhof Technika bellow camera was distributed around the world from its manufacturing plant in Germany from around 1950. As a relatively lightweight and portable, sturdy and durable ‘field’ camera with an optical range finder, it became the camera of choice for many applied photographers.
The Linhof Technika used single sheet 4 x 5 inch negatives loaded into cartridges at the back of the camera. At the time, because of the slow shutter speed, models had to remain v...
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