The Voigtlander Bessamatic is an 35mm camera made in the 1960s, featuring a selenium meter. It uses a leaf shutter rather than the more common (in SLR cameras) focal plane shutter. There is a Synchor-Compur shutter mounted behind the lens, which is interchangeable. The shutter speeds go from "B" to 1/500. This camera comes with Skoparex 35mm f3.5, Super-Dynarex 135mm f4 and Color-Skopar X 50mm f2.8 lenses. All items are clear and clean and all setting working well.