Eumig C3 camera model from 1937 (Austria)
Launched in 1937, the EUMIG C3 camera was released with identical characteristics until the end of the 1950s, first in black and then in olive-green (circa 1954-1955).
This model is characterized by the semi-automatic adjustment of the exposure (already used on the C2 in 1937). The diaphragm of the objective is coupled with that of the cell; a needle in the viewfinder allows its control.After the war the Schneider Xenoplan 13 mm lens opening at 1.9 replaces the Meyer Plasmat 12.5 mm of the first models
Global production will be around 300,000 units, including 10,000 before the Second World War.
Rarity index in France: Rare
Composed of a steel and wood tripod, a metal curved tubular arm and a power cable equipped with a switch. It finds its place ideally on the floor one on a table.
Graphic and refined, the Aaron Eumig is a unique model. Its minimalist design is the work of the Monsieur Lumière design studio.
Bulb: 1x decorative E27 (included)
Color: sand, brown leather, black cable and copper socket
Dimensions: H 48cm / L 30cm / l 25cm / Cable 1.50m
Case: H 11cm / L 4.4cm / l l0.7cm
Total weight: 2.6kg
For whom: For all
Installation: floor / table
On each product, you will find all the delivery solutions offered by the seller depending on the item.
Here are the possible shipping methods:
- Pick up at the workshop at 19 rue Vauban, 69006 Lyon.
- Colissimo / Relay point: We take care of the shipment. The reception time is on average 3 to 5 working days after shipment.
- Variable price if sent abroad.
Delivery in protected packaging mentioned fragile.