Picked up a camera cheap at a charity auction. Has a surprisingly good lens, an 80mm f3.5 Color Skopar. I had great lenses on an older Rolleiflex SL35M, and some were Skopars. Since those lenses were modern, and the lens on this folding Voigtlander 120 Perkeo II isn't, what does Skopar designate? Is it like "Ektar", a model line of sorts? I assume this lens is a coated Tessar, but of course, might be wrong. The images seem too good at varying apertures for this for this to be a 3-element lens. Great little folding camera. Super small for an old 120 camera, with a coated lens of some sort (what sort?). Any feedback appreciated. I found some websites mentioning this cam, but none that I saw told what the lens really was, or if it was used on other similar cameras.