Miranda Sensorex II - TTL metering at full aperture 1972 Kadlubek Nr. MIR03090 Miranda bayonet (plus an M44 screw mount for older Miranda pre-set lenses). Auto Miranda 50mm f/1.8 with external aperture connector (see below) Kadlubek Objektiv-Katalog Nr. MRD0270 Auto Miranda 105mm f/2.8 Kadlubek Objektiv-Katalog Nr. MRD0620 Preface A friend of mine is setting me an example by cleaning up his house. In the process, he uncovered some interesting photographic gear, and he offered me a couple of Mirandas and a very nice Polaroid SX-70, which I accepted, of course. This is the first time I have ever had a Miranda camera--or, so far as I can remember, ever used one. The equipment lockers where I worked had things like old Leicas, Minoltas, and so on, but no Mirandas. The two Mirandas were a Miranda Sensomat with a 50mm f/1.8 lens and a 105mm f/2.8 lens, but a broken film advance, and a newer Miranda Sensorex II with its special linked aperture 50mm f/1.8. After cleaning it up, removing a somewhat deteriorated mercury battery, I got it working again. What follows is my report on this camera. Here is the broken Sensormat, just to get on for those who never get enough camera p o r n.