I was hunting around a while back and found two good old-fashioned cameras. Needless to say I was excited. I hadn't used a film camera for years and wanted to know how they worked. The one camera is my dad's(Konica), the other belonged to my grandfather(Zeiss). I don't know much about these, so some info would be great. I haven't taken photos with the Konica, but the few I got using the Zeiss are amazing. This is what I found on the camera's (I didn't look for any numbers or anything where the film goes in). Zeiss Zeiss Ikon Icarex 35 (it's at the front of the camera above the lense) Lenses: Carl Zeiss Tesser 2.8/50 6934053 Carl Zeiss Super-Dynarex 4/135 6981725 Flash: Metz 900606 Konica Konica EE-MATIC (seen on the front, top left) DELUXE 2 (on top) 206249 (at the back) Lense Konica Hexanon 1:28 f=42mm I don't know what the numbers mean, or if posting them helps or anything. Both camera's are in great condition, and I must say it's extremely satisfying clicking the lense into place on the Zeiss (German-built products are amazing). Unfortunately the flash appears to be broken, which is quite disappointing. Any info facts, advice, anything, would be greatly appreciated.