The Vitoret D was introduced circa 1962 as an inexpensive viewfinder camera from Voigtländer, and was replaced in 1966 with a restyled version featuring squarer body corners. This was discontinued in 1971.
A built-in uncoupled selenium meter is included, with a top-plate display. The scale focusing lens offers only three distance settings: 4.5 feet (portrait), 10 feet (group), and 30 feet (landscape), with each setting displayed in the viewfinder. The Vitoret D was offered with two lens options: the Lanthar f/2.8 50mm or the Vaskar f/2.8 50mm, until 1965 when a Color Lanthar f/2.8 50mm became the only version.
|Name||Voigtländer Vitoret D|
|Manufacturer||Voigtländer & Sohn AG, Braunschweig|
|Type||35mm Rigid Body Fixed Lens|
|Normal Lens||Lanthar f/2.8 50mm or Vaskar f/2.8 50mm, 1965 Color Lanthar f/2.8 50mm|
|Focus||manual front focusing|
|Shutter||Prontor 125 leaf shutter, speeds: 1/30, 1/60, 1/125, +B|
|Dimensions & Weight|
|Production Period||1963 - 1966|