The A-12 magazine was designed to improve the relatively slow film loading procedure of the earlier version (C12) of the magazine. There were also complaints that the very fast film could be fogged through the viewing port on the previous version. The new design introduced in 1968 addressed both of these problems. A winding crank and the absence of a viewing port are the obvious items that identifies the A12. An additional change is a hinged film reminder that holds the end flap of 120 film boxes.
The A12 was all chrome until 1973 after which both black and chrome versions were available, numbered 30074 and 30147 respectively.
Included (might not be in photographs): This back does not have a matching insert.
Cosmetic: Heavy wear to the exterior and loss of the black coating consistent with handling. No dents or major damage.
Mechanical: Fully working. Strong and no damage.
Light seals: The light seal is light tight.
Graded: Excellent Minus
(Well used. Showing signs of heavy use. )