Hugo Zetterberg

Hugo Zetterberg

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Main Design Elements - The use of colour as each background and design colour compliment each other - The type in the second piece is an vintage style typography

The Akarelle was developed from the Akarette II but featured a wind lever instead of a wind knob. Early versions still had a switch between viewfinders of different focal length, later versions like the one above (1958) had a bright frame viewfinder with frame lines for 50mm and 90mm lenses. The tele viewfinder on the Akarelle was for 90 mm lenses instead of 75 mm on the Akarette series, the matching lens was the 90mm f/3.5 Tele-Xenar.

The Akarelle was developed from the Akarette II but featured a wind lever instead of a wind knob. Early versions still had a switch between viewfinders of different focal length, later versions like the one above (1958) had a bright frame viewfinder with frame lines for 50mm and 90mm lenses. The tele viewfinder on the Akarelle was for 90 mm lenses instead of 75 mm on the Akarette series, the matching lens was the 90mm f/3.5 Tele-Xenar.