Thank you guys!
I found (maybe) one reason for Rolleiflex or Ikoflex to perdure and for Superb to be so rare nowadays.
I hope this only happens in my model and not in all models because I cannot believe these engineers didn't find a solution what is next.
This is a test roll I did with the Superb the other day:
Cloudy at the beginning.
This one deserves better picture, the story of this place is a good one... They were digging to build an underground parking during the 2000s and they found the White Wall of Moscow, the short story of this wall is Catherine the Great thought that Moscow did not longer need the defensive walls but a garden ring (actual boulevards ring of Moscow) and ordered the demolition to create the Green Ring.
Teverskoy Boulevard, I used to live here during 9 years, I moved last December. This belongs to the first ring of Moscow, after Napoleon left Moscow it was named the Boulevard of the Hanged (not anymore), you can guess why the name... The Corso was not happy to find Moscow burnt and empty. Now I wonder if the White Wall wasn't demolished, would Kutuzov had faced Napoleon on Borodino? Or stay behind the walls and wait the winter?
The other part of the little square I shot with Inos II
I was riding the bike in the afternoon and a girl smiled at me while I was with my orange Brompton, so after passing by and gather some 'guts' I turned around and approached her, I presented myself as amateur photographer and asked if she wanted a portrait (I was stuttering omg), well she said yes but first she had to go to a job interview and if I could wait for her and she would pose. I waited of course. She got the job btw. Her name is Elina. After she saw the photos she said she looks old and sad, I don't think the same.
So in some of the pictures you could say they are not on focus, but why some yes and some no? After thinking and having a closer look and the firing I reached the conclusion they are not out of focus, they are blurred but how if I was firing at 250 speed (really 135)??? I asked to scan the negatives again and I had the same results.
As you can see the centripetal force makes the shutter/lens move CCW, I guess this is the blurred effect I got in some of the photos. After several tests I found the way to fire the camera without this shaking.
Orange is left thumb pressing down against the force done by the shutter release leveller, green is right index finger pressing the top plate, red is shutter release with right thumb.
This way is a safe way to shoot.
Still I have to check the screw at near the green "finger" if something can be done there or it's just how the(my) camera works.
Now some photos done with the fingers this way. I asked a bigger scan, it should be tomorrow for better comparison.
This was a Sunday shooting at 16:00, these two guys were hanging out outside a house-techno disco buying vinyls, the right one was toasted, probably he started last night. The light flare I think is due the sun that was after that wall.
I think I got why, now its time to find a better solution for this problem, probably Im wrong and this is due something I haven't thought about, any ideas?
Thank you in advance.