The Rolleiflex SL3003 is a 35mm Manual focus single lens reflex camera made by Rollei around 1984.
The camera type is a SL reflex with interchangeable film magazine ,2 integral viewfinders, built-in motor-drive and separate battery-pack.
This camera was it time ahead in a lot of features and not produced in large numbers, it was the successor of the SL2000F model.
Picture format: 24x36mm.
Film type: 35mm film cartridges for 12/24/36 or 72 exposures.
Film speed stings : 25-6400 ASA.
Exposure metering: Through the lens Rollei selective metering, using open or working aperture, measuring field is shown on the viewfinder image.
Shutter: Vertical running metal blind focal plane shutter, electronically controlled. Automatic selection of shutter speed with aperture priority or manual exposure balance.
Shutter speeds : 1/2000 sec to 16 sec. B setting, Flash speed sync 1/100 to 16 sec X= 1/100sec.
Interchangeable lens : Rollei QBM bayonet.
Shutter release : Three micro switches , one each side of the camera as well as one on the top of the camera.
Film transport: Built-in high performance motor, single or continuous release about 3 frames per second.
Viewfinder system: 2 built-in viewfinder , 1 telescopic viewfinder with routable eyepiece for dioptre adjustment and rubber eyecup. 2. Folding viewfinder hood with flip-up magnifier and 7 interchangeable focusing screens.
Interchangeable magazines: With drawer slide for quick change of partly exposed film. The magazine interlocks to prevent errors in operation. Facility for single and multiple exposures.
Power source: Quick-change powerpack with soldered-in NiCd batteries, can be replaced by external electrical supply connection, Charge for normal use about 14 hours. ( battery pack for 4 AA size batteries are on the market)
Weight: 1300 gram with lens and batteries.