This is my uncles 1959 Zeiss Ikon Contaflex super. He got this from his uncle, who was a photographer back in the day. I was showing him my Canon, and he thought that I might like to see this. I thought it was pretty cool. I'm not a fan of the red cloth, but it is better then the ugly floral pattern couch. Plus it was pretty spontaneous, and almost time to leave. So this is all I came up with in a short notice. I figured it was worth showing despite the flaws in my setup. Figured the gear was worth a "show and tell" The build quality puts the new stuff to shame. This is the gear. There is 3 add on lenses, a lens bag and a camera bag a CPL and all of the instructions. The Camera itself with the 45mm f/2.8 Tessar lens <--(cough BULL%$#@) kit lens and rubberized hood As you can see here the hood is rubber and folds back when not in use, pretty cool. Here we have the lens case, which have threads on the bottom so your lenses stay put during travel. What a great idea not sure why nobody does this anymore. The lenses are 85mm f/4 pro-Tessar, and a 35mm f/4 Pro-Tessar. The bag also has a thread inside for your extra flash, which he doesnt have. Pretty nice Camera bag, the other kit lens is inside here, but it is practically identical, so I didn't show it. It is the 50mm f/2.8 Tessar And the CPL which attaches to the back of all the lenses, so you only need one to fit every lens made. BTW it is a 28.5mm thread, in case you were wondering. The big beast of a lens in the middle of the first pic, which I forgot to get a closeup of. It is a 115mm f/4 Pro-Tessar. It comes with a mason jar like top which threads onto the lens cap, for added protection, which he does have, but again I forgot to show it. C&C welcomed but I know already the setup isn't perfect, and the pics aren't the highest quality. I just though some people might be interested in an old classic, built with quality unsurpassed, in these days.