巻き上げレバー付き（１a型？）。ミントコンディション。 Voigtländer Prominent＋Ultron,Skoparon,Dynaron,Turnit3.
Voigtlander Prominent Comemorativa 200 anos , lentes Dynaron, Skoparon e Ultron.
Western Photographic Historical Society
Volume XVII No.10 October 2010
An Aires 35V
by Ron Kuykendall
Soon the products of Canon and Nikon changed the world of photography forever. The Aires is one of the wave of quality cameras appearing in the early 1950's. First was the Aires flex, a straight forward copy of Rollei with a touch of Zeiss, some with Nikkor lenses. For the small company the camera was a tremendous success, allowing design of a 35mm series taking features from Lieca and Canon and probably others. The Aires III series with an f1.9 six element coated lens, received exceptionally good reviews in the photo magazines, but there were apparently problems with an effective distribution network and sales never matched the reviews. A few years later Aires apparently went all out with an exceptional Aires 35-V- f3. mm, f1. mm (7 element) and f3. mm (5 element) lenses, leaf shutter (1-400) near the film plane, with bayonet mount, frame lines in an excellent ...
Vesto Slipher and the First Galaxy Redshifts
Laird A. Thompson, Astronomy Department University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, firstname.lastname@example.org Reich (2011) highlights several recent discussions regarding who first discovered the velocity-distance relation among galaxies (cf., Block 2011, Nussbaumer & Bieri 2011, van den Bergh 2011a, 2011b, Way & Nussbaumer 2011), and in summary these reports show that Georges Lemaitre's work (Lemaitre 1927) was suppressed by an unknown editor of the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society when it was translated into English as Lemaitre (1931). Two years later Hubble (1929) found the same result. Although the references cited above either suggest or imply that credit for this discovery be transferred from Hubble to Lemaitre, the purpose of this brief contribution is to re-emphasize the key role played by Vesto Slipher in this early stage of modern cosmology. While Slipher never attempted to plot velocity against distance, anyone who decided to investigate ...