WWII German Luftwaffe Fritz Volk (gxn) Handkammer HK12.5/7x9 Aerial Camera
二戰，德國空軍 HK12.5/7x9 空用照相機《Black Water Museum Collections | 黑水博物館館藏》
Handkammer Hk 12.5cm manufactured by Fritz Völk (military code: "gxn") in Berlin. The Handkammer HK12.5/7x9 was used by the German Luftwaffe for reconnaissance photos during WWII. It was the forerunner of the Hasselblad and the first handheld camera which had an interchangeable magazine. The lens a Schneider Xenon 2.0/12.5cm. This camera was similar to the "Reihenbildner" camera ("Rb 20/30", "Rb 50/30 and "Rb 75/30", military code: "nze") which was a motorized stationary camera used in airplanes.
"1. I certify that I have personnaly examined the items of captured enemy military equipment (mailed by ) T/3 Woodson P. Smith, that the trophy value of such items exceeds any training, service, or salvage value; that they do not include any explosives, and that the (mailing) thereof is in conformity with the provisions of Sec III, Cir 353, WD, 31 Aug 1944, and the existing regulations of the Theater Commander.
"**2. I further certify that the items mailed do not include any firearms capable of being concealed on the person, or any parts of firearms.
"3. The items referred to are: Luftwaffe Camera
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