This is one of the few pictures I could find that I like from the Zeiss Ikon Super Ikonta 532/16. I bought the camera from the Classic Cameras store in Phoenix when they still had a walk-in retail shop there. It was fairly early on in my experience with old cameras, and I decided I wanted a no-compromises film camera. The Super Ikonta, yielding 6x6 images on 120, seemed to fill the bill with its f2.8 Tessar and a coupled rangefinder. The camera needed little attention to get working, but the uncoated lens was prone to flare, and I could seldom coax decent pictures from it. I finally traded away the camera for a couple other Zeiss Ikons, neither of which I liked either.