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Cameras were significant objects in my childhood. On the one hand I can remember the boxes of monochrome family photographic prints my mother compiled with a…

The Mk II version of the Exakta 66 was probably first available in late spring 1989. Some sources claim that it was available from 1986, but this was not the…

Pentacon six TL Manufactured by Kombinat VEB Pentacon, Dresden, former East Germany Model: c. 1980, (late version of TL range) TL range produced between 1968…

As this article was written, Olympus already had one of the broadest digicam lines in the industry. In rapid succession though, they announced the C-2100 Ultra…

Alpa was the brand name for high end reflex cameras made by the Swiss company, Pignons S.A. The original 1940's design by Jacques Bolsky was revolutionary for…

Named after the inventor of one of the earliest microscopes, I am not sure how much Officine Galileo had to do with its namesake, but the company did produce…

Perfex was the brand name used by Candid Camera Corporation of Chicago, Illinois, founded by Carl and Joseph Price together with Benjamine Edelman. The…

The East German VEB Zeiss Ikon resumed production of folder cameras after the war with the Ercona. It was a 6x9 format camera based on the Zeiss Ikon model…

Pre-PMA 2004: Fujifilm announced the all new SuperCCD SR based FinePix S3 Pro. The S3 Pro appears to be still based on the N80 (F80) body but is now much…

A roll film camera from Kodak 66 Model III; a folding camera which produces 12 photos measuring 6cm * 6cm on 120 film. This model was produced between 1958-60…

I have the R4M and have had the pleasure of using it for the last two weeks ( with the new 21/4P - the 21/4 in M-mount). There are some cameras that are…

When my Niece and Nephew first got these cameras back in 2006, they would take their cameras everywhere with them. I have just finished working on the…
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