Steky IIIA (lizard skin)

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The Model IIIA was introduced in 1954 and for the first time offered a standard PC type synch connection. The camera is stamped "Model IIIA Use 16mm film" on the side. The leather is not stamped.

This variation has a brown lizard skin, most likely a recent modification as this covering is not noted in the documentation for Steky and a number of cameras (Rollie 35, Mikroma) have been seen with this leather covering.

Model Steky IIIA
Finish/colour chrome, brown lizard leather
Lens 11087
Shutter B, 1/25, 1/50 and 1/100
Aperture f3.5-f16
Film Door lock  
Dimensions  (width x height x depth)
Purchased 2002/05/17, 2002/06/27
Date of Manufacture  
Current Value
Auction Price Ebay  2004/01/20 207.50USD


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