Agfa Silette Pronto Vintage 1950s 35mm Film Camera
The first generation of Silette models was produced from 1953 to the early 1960s and the original Silette appeared in 1953. It was a simple well built 35mm camera with a simple viewfinder, a leaf shutter, a lever wind advance and an accessory shoe. The shutters for the Pronto is 1/25-1/200, the lens is a three element Agfa Color Apotar 3.5/45mm. The Silette name was used by the German Camera maker Agfa from 1953 to 1974 to designate successive generations of 35mm viewfinder cameras. This scarce 35mm film camera is in good used condition, all the levers, buttons, dials move freely, the shutter clicks, no further testing was performed. This camera relic is sold as a collectible and sold as is.