Voigtlander Vito B ad

Scanned because I have this camera and it's a wonderful machine. That Color-Skopar is as sharp as a chef's knife.

It's interesting to see a camera of this age claiming to "do everything," considering it's still hand loaded, hand advanced, hand focused and hand set. It doesn't even have a rangefinder. But it does say something about the time when one motion advances the film, counter and cocks the shutter is an important selling feature. A lot of cameras of the period did require seperate movements for winding the film and setting the shutter; and without the double-exposure prevention, it was easy to forget to wind the film and thus ruin a shot.