Kodak Retina II model 142 focus adjust
I've just bought a lovely little Retina II model 142. The one made before WW2 with rangefinder and separate viewfinder (two round windows and a rectangular one). The camera looks great and the shutter works perfectly (probably speeds are slower, but I'm used to that in all these old cameras).
But the rangefinder, apart for a quite dim double image, is misaligned both vertically (a bit) and horizontally (a lot). As the top cover is held by 4 quite obvious (but tiny) screws, I think this must be to easy reach the rangefinder and adjust it. But having reached that level, I don't know which screws to touch. Some months ago I adjusted a Plaubel Makina II rangefinder on my own having found not a single clue about that model in the whole web, but it was easier than this one in the Retina II.
I've even searched through Chris Sherlock's website but found no ideas of how to adjust this model 142 rangefinder.
Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
On the picture, inside the camera, the lower lever full of screws seems to move with the focusing of the lens, so probably the key is there, but I'm afraid to mess it. I've found a page with this same problem (and picture) but with the next Retina II, the model 150. It has a different rangefinder.
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