Camera Gallery by Sunny Choi 
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Highlight for Album: Agfa
Agfa
The company Aktiengesellschaft für Anilinfabrikation was founded in Rummelsburg (now in the Lichtenberg borough of Berlin) in 1867. In the past, Agfa film and cameras were prominent consumer products.

Created on 09/03/07, last changed on 06/21/08. This album contains 18 items.
Sub-albums:
Agfa Silette-L
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Highlight for Album: Canon
Canon
Precision Optical Instruments Laboratory was established in 1933. In February 1936, they released their first commercially available camera, the "Hansa Canon". In 1937, the company was renamed to Canon.

Created on 09/09/07, last changed on 03/02/09. This album contains 20 items.
Sub-albums:
Canon FT QL
Canon EX Auto
Canon AE-1
Canon AE-1 Program
Canon AT-1
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Highlight for Album: Contaflex
Contaflex
The Contaflex series is a family of 35mm SLRs produced by Zeiss Ikon in the 1950s and 1960s. When introduced in 1953, Contaflex SLR was the first 35mm SLR equipped with a between-the-lens leaf shutter.

Created on 11/06/07, last changed on 06/21/08. This album contains 2 items.
Sub-albums:
Contaflex I
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Highlight for Album: Contax
Contax
Contax was a camera brand noted for its unique technical innovation. The Contax was designed as the heart of a photographic system from the start. It was Zeiss Ikon's showcase of the technology it possessed.

Created on 09/03/07, last changed on 06/21/08. This album contains 21 items.
Sub-albums:
Contax RTS
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Highlight for Album: Edixa Reflex
Edixa Reflex
The Edixa Reflex cameras were West Germany's most popular own series of SLR's with focal plane shutter, manufactured by The Wirgin company. Until 1959 four lines of Edixa SLRs were introduced: Type A,B,C,D.

Created on 03/29/09, last changed on 03/29/09. This album contains 2 items.
This album has been viewed 803 times since 03/29/09.
Sub-albums:
Edixa Reflex-D (841 views)
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Highlight for Album: Fujica
Fujica
Fuji Shashin Film K.K. was founded in 1934, producing several sorts of film. The company name became Fuji Shashin Kōki K.K. in 1944. Fuji began producing cameras in 1948 with the Fujica Six. Many cameras made by Fuji were called Fujica (contraction of Fuji and Camera).

Created on 11/06/07, last changed on 03/01/09. This album contains 4 items.
Sub-albums:
Fujica ST701
Fujica ST801
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Highlight for Album: Ilford
Ilford
The film maker Ilford held over 50% of UK's 35mm market with Sportsman cameras in its heyday (the 1960s). Nowadays it's mainly known as maker of B&W film. In earlier decades it offered cameras, many made by other camera makers like Dacora, AGI or Kershaw-Soho.

Created on 06/13/09, last changed on 06/13/09. This album contains 2 items.
This album has been viewed 861 times since 06/13/09.
Sub-albums:
Ilford Sportsmaster (828 views)
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Highlight for Album: Kodak
Kodak
Eastman Dry Plate Company was founded in 1881. The "Kodak" camera was introduced in 1888. After years of advertising the brand Kodak the company was renamed to Eastman Kodak Co. In 1900.

Created on 09/18/07, last changed on 06/09/09. This album contains 6 items.
Sub-albums:
Kodak No. 1A
Kodak No. 2
Kodak Retinetta IA
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Highlight for Album: Minolta
Minolta
Minolta was founded in Osaka, Japan, in 1928 as Nichi-Doku Shashinki Shōten (meaning Japanese-German camera shop). It is best-known for making the first integrated autofocus 35 mm SLR camera system. In 2003, Konica Corporation merged with Minolta to form Konica Minolta. In 2006, Konica Minolta sold a portion of its SLR camera business to Sony as a move to pull completely out of photographic business.

Created on 12/09/08, last changed on 05/24/09. This album contains 6 items.
This album has been viewed 1023 times since 12/09/08.
Sub-albums:
Minolta SRT 101 (824 views)
Minolta SRT 100b (840 views)
Minolta 110 SLR Zoom (784 views)
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Highlight for Album: Miranda
Miranda
The Miranda Camera Company, originally named the Orion Camera Company, produced a range of over 30 models of 35mm Single Lens Reflex cameras, between first prototypes in 1953 through to the last production model in 1978.

Created on 03/29/09, last changed on 03/29/09. This album contains 2 items.
This album has been viewed 837 times since 03/29/09.
Sub-albums:
Miranda TM (1056 views)
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Highlight for Album: Nikkormat
Nikkormat
Nikkormat (Nikomat in Japan) was the brand used by Nippon Kogaku K. K. (Nikon Corporation since 1988) from 1965 to 1978 to name two popular but otherwise unrelated series of SLR cameras, the F-series and EL-series.

Created on 09/17/07, last changed on 08/09/09. This album contains 4 items.
Sub-albums:
Nikomat FTn
Nikkormat EL
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Highlight for Album: Nikon
Nikon
Nippon Kōgaku was established in 1917 when two leading optical manufacturers merged. The name Nikon was created in 1946. The company subsequently renamed as Nikon Corporation, after its cameras.

Created on 09/03/07, last changed on 08/15/09. This album contains 159 items.
Sub-albums:
Nikon F Photomic FTN
Nikon F2 Photomic
Nikon F3 HP
Nikon F4s
Nikon FM
Nikon EM
Nikon FG-20
Nikon F-801
Nikon F601
Nikon F-401s
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Highlight for Album: Nikon (Digital)
Nikon (Digital)

Created on 03/01/09, last changed on 08/09/09. This album contains 34 items.
This album has been viewed 833 times since 03/01/09.
Sub-albums:
Nikon D100 (814 views)
Nikon D200 (966 views)
AF-S DX VR Zoom-Nikkor 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G IF-ED (824 views)
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Highlight for Album: Olympus
Olympus
Olympus was established in 1919. Their first truly innovative camera series was the half-frame format PEN models launched in 1959. The OM system, a full frame professional SLR system, was launched in 1972.

Created on 09/18/07, last changed on 07/04/08. This album contains 8 items.
Sub-albums:
Olympus OM-1
Olympus OM-1(n)
Olympus OM-10
Olympus OM-20
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Highlight for Album: Pentax
Pentax
Asahi Optical was founded in 1919 and started manufacturing camera/cine lenses in 1938. Asahi Optical introduced its first 35 mm camera in 1952; the Asahiflex I, which was also the first Japanese 35mm SLR.

Created on 09/09/07, last changed on 03/29/09. This album contains 26 items.
Sub-albums:
Asahi Pentax S3
Asahi Pentax Spotmatic SP
Pentax KM
Pentax K1000
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Highlight for Album: Petri
Petri
Petri Camera Company was an optical and camera manufacturer in Japan, founded in 1907. Petri produced many bellows and single-lens reflex cameras. During the 1960s its main products equalled Nikon's in features at half the price. Petri Camera went bankrupt in 1977. It was revived as Petri Kōgyō K.K. but it abandoned camera production some time thereafter.

Created on 03/15/09, last changed on 03/15/09. This album contains 2 items.
This album has been viewed 836 times since 03/15/09.
Sub-albums:
Petri 7S (872 views)
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Highlight for Album: Praktica
Praktica
Praktica is a brand of camera manufactured by Pentacon in Dresden in eastern Germany. Pentacon is the modern-day successor to Dresden camera firms such as Zeiss Ikon, and for many years Dresden was the world's largest producer of cameras.

Created on 09/03/07, last changed on 03/29/09. This album contains 17 items.
Sub-albums:
Praktica FX
Praktica Super TL1000
Praktica MTL 3
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Highlight for Album: Ricoh
Ricoh
In 1938, Riken Kōgaku Kōgyō K.K. announced the Riken No.1, a 3×4cm camera with focal-plane shutter, which was actually released in 1939 as the Gokoku, the first camera produced by the company itself.

Created on 02/17/08, last changed on 06/13/09. This album contains 6 items.
Sub-albums:
Ricoh 500 G
Ricoh KR-5 Super
Ricohflex Model VI
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Highlight for Album: Seagull
Seagull
Shanghai Seagull Camera Ltd is the oldest camera maker in China, located in Shanghai, China. Seagull has made 21 million cameras since it was founded in 1958. Seagull adopted Minolta's manual SLR mount and camera design under license, and continues to produce it long after Minolta moved on to automatic cameras.

Created on 09/03/07, last changed on 05/03/09. This album contains 24 items.
Sub-albums:
Seagull 4B
Seagull 4A-105
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Highlight for Album: Yashica
Yashica
The Yashima Seiki Company began in December 1949 in Nagano, Japan. In June 1953, Yashica introduced their first complete (twin-lens reflex medium-format) camera. In December 1965, Yashica introduced the world’s first electronically controlled 35mm camera, the Electro 35.

Created on 09/03/07, last changed on 07/01/08. This album contains 15 items.
Sub-albums:
Yashica FX-3
Yashica FR II
Yashica Electro 35 GS
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Highlight for Album: Zenit
Zenit
Zenit is a Russian camera brand manufactured by the KMZ factory (Krasnogorskiy Mekhanicheskiy Zavod) near Moscow since 1952 and by BelOMO in Belarus since the 1970s. The Zenit trademark is primarily associated with 35mm SLR cameras.

Created on 09/09/07, last changed on 06/21/08. This album contains 34 items.
Sub-albums:
Zenit EM
Zenit E

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