Steky IIIB (<EP> - Exchange Post)

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The Steky IIIB was launched in 1955. noted by the longer shutter release lever, the cold shoe on the side in place of the disc to hold the filter or lens cap and the shutter speed selection is an inverted crescent moon above the the Steky logo with the numbers below that. The markings are 1/100, 1/50, 1/25 and B.

Below the cold shoe is stamped "Model IIIB Use 16mm film". The camera is still 136g with out film.

There are also <EP> versions, stamped under the cold shoe, for Exchange Post (US Armed Forces shop).

Model Steky IIIB
Finish/colour chrome, black leatherette
Shutter B, 1/25, 1/50 and 1/100
Aperture f3.5-f16
Film Door lock  
Dimensions  (width x height x depth)
Date of Manufacture  
Current Value  
Auction Price Ebay 2004/01/30 158.26USD (telephoto, wide angle)


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