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On the back side is a shutter lock. If you see the red dot, it's locked. Rotated to cover the red dot, you fire away. Another nice feature is the shutter advance indicator in the viewfinder. No red flag on the left upper side of the finder means fire away. Red flag visible means you have to advance the film.
The entire back removes for very easy film loading. Rotate the collar around the tripod mount to lock or unlock the back. Ah yes, the wonderful trapezoidal shape of the Exakta They don't make cameras like this anymore! The funny thing is, I really like this shape. It fits in my hands much better than many of today's modern wonders.
Notice the clean control layout. The film counter is manually set and sits atop the advance lever. Set it for number of exposures of your cartridge, it counts down to show the number of frames you have left -- pretty nifty. The advance lever is extremely un-Exakta like with a very convenient right handed short non-ratcheted stroke of about degrees.
Notice that funny looking thing on the left side of the lens that looks kind of like a button. That's the combination shutter release and depth of field preview. Push it down part way to stop down the lens and pre-view depth of field. Keep going, and you release the shutter. The negatives? In the US at least, this is not an easy to find camera. Who needs lenses longer than mm anyway?? The eye-level pentaprism viewfinder was fixed, and featured an instant-return mirror and a bright ground-glass focusing screen with central microprism - all unlike many other Exas.
There was a red pointer in the viewfinder to indicate when winding was required. Around the top of the advance lever, the frame counter counts down; on the edge of the counter is a film speed reminder. The back of the camera features a shutter lock lever. The back and the base of the camera was completely removable for loading film; this being released by rotating the surround of the tripod bush. From Camera-wiki.
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this is about the last and best of their economy line: The Exakta (aka Exa ) -- and there is another Exakta anyway. Well, I didn't say it would. Has 1, about 2mm nick on the middle top prism, no affect to its perforamance. Original case, and lens are included. The case is excellent condition. Has a dent on the top cover. I think it has a shutter problem.