Ralf J. , Dec 04, 2006; 09:59 p.m.
Alex - first of, caps lock key is found on the left hand side of a US keyboard. And now your question(s): there were several models of Agfa Isolette that came with various lenses. To the best of my knowledge all of them were front cell focusing. The 3 main lenses on the Isolettes were, Agfa Solinar(top of the line), Agfa Apotar(3-element design), and a cheaper lens called the Agfa Agnar. Shutter was usually a Compur or a Prontor. Which lens/shutter combination do you have? As far as focusing, the high end of these cameras came with the rangefinder on the top housing, but most of what's available on ebay have just a regular viewfinder. Without a rangefinder accessory, you would have to guess the distance from camera to subject of interest. These cameras afaik use only one film size, 120, which is still found in most camera stores (not walmart or walgreens). I have an Agfa Isolette I with an 4.5 Apotar/Prontor combination and it is a decent performer.