The Voigtlander Brillant was a low cost German TLR that was intended for photographers on a budget (yes, "Brillant" is the correct spelling). This is an example of the early metal bodied, zone focusing version of the Brillant which was introduced in 1932. It's a simple camera but it does have more than one shutter speed and a choice of aperture settings. As implied by the name, the viewfinder is very bright. Unfortunately this is one of the few cameras in my collection that is not working.
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