Exa 1c - more on the last of the breed, 1985-87 Kadlubeks IHA 2190 Wrotniak 4.5 When Subbarayan Prasanna ( http://www.photo.net/classic-cameras-forum/00aR5H ) posted on this camera, I said, “Nice workup of the Exa. I don't have this later, all black version. Mine is the earlier M42 1b model.” You all can guess what that led to. Now, years later, here is my own little Exa 1c, the Chingachgook of the Exa line…. If you have no familiarity with a surprisingly complicated model history you should look at http://www.wrotniak.net/photo/exakta/exa-serial.html and http://www.wrotniak.net/photo/exakta/exa-gallery.html for a breakdown of models. Suffice it to say, a Model I is not the same as a Model 1, and the Model I is later than the Model //, so tread carefully before you post. Hummel (SPIEGELREFLEXKAMERAS AUS DRESDEN-Geschichte - Technik - Fakten, by Richard Hummel; Edition Reintzsch Leipzig, 1995) also lists variants The older standard for Exakta collectors (see updates and comments by Wrotniak, though) is Aguila and Rouah- Exakta Cameras 1933-1978 , 1978 Hove, as well as later, harder-to-find publications by them (meaning, “I don’t have them”).