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Japanese Six (6×6)
Postwar models (edit)
folding
Aires Viceroy | Angel Six | Aram Six | Astoria Super Six | Atom Six | Balm Six | Baron | Beauty Six (1950) | Beauty Six (1953) | Calm Six | Carl Six | Centre Six | Crown | Crystar Six | Daido Six | Dorima Six | Doris Six | Ehira Six | Elbow Six | First Six | Flora Six | Fodor Six | Frank Six | Fujica Six | Super Fujica Six | Futami Six | Gotex | Grace Six | Kohken Chrome Six | Kyowa Six | Liner Six | Lyra Six | Mamiya Six | Middl Six | Mihama Six | Mine Six | Minon Six | Mizuho Six | Motoka Six | Mount Six | Muse Six | Super Naiku | Ofuna Six | Olympus Six | Olympus Chrome Six | Orion Six | Oscar Six | Pigeon Six | Planet | Please Six | Pluto Six | Poppy Six | Press Van | Proud Chrome Six | Proud Super Six | Renown Six | Ricoh Six | Ruvikon | Ruvinal | Sanon Six | Silver Six | Sisley 1 | Sisley 2 & 3 | Sister Six | Tenar Six | Toho Six | Tomic | Toyoca Six | Ugein Six | Wagen Six | Walcon 6 | Welmy Six | Wester | Windsor Six
rigid or collapsible
Dia Six | Ehira Chrome Six | Enon Six | Flora | Flashline | Fujipet | Harmony | Mikono-6 | Orion | Ponix | Rich-Ray-6 | Shumy | Weha Chrome Six
Japanese 6×6 TLR, pseudo TLR and medium format SLR ->
Japanese Semi (4.5×6) and older 6×9 ->

The Angel Six (エンゼルシックス) is a Japanese 6×6 folding camera, attributed to Tōkai Shashin-yōhin, probably a distributor only.[1] It was briefly announced in a column of the November 1953 issue of Ars Camera.[2] It is said to take both 6×6cm and 4.5×6cm exposures, to have manual film advance via red windows, a front-cell focusing Angel 75/3.5 lens and a synchronized NKS shutter (B, 1–200, self-timer).[3] No picture of the camera has been observed so far, and no surviving example is known yet. An Angel Six was purchased at a Goodwill shop in Indianapolis, Indiana in 2013. In fair to poor cosmetic condition, it is fully functional at all shutter speeds and has a functional self timer.

Notes Edit

  1. Kokusan kamera no rekishi, p.348. Lewis, p.83, says "Takai Photo Products", probably by mistake.
  2. Kokusan kamera no rekishi, p.348.
  3. All features: Kokusan kamera no rekishi, p.348.

Bibliography Edit

The Angel Six is not listed in Sugiyama.

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