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Arca Swiss is a French maker of view cameras, based in Besançon, France.

CamerasEdit

  • Arca-Swiss Discovery
  • Arca Swiss F-Line
  • Arca Swiss M-Line
  • Arca Swiss M-Line two
  • Arca Swiss Misura
  • Arca Swiss R3D
  • Arca Swiss Basic Line (A B & C)


In the Arca Swiss Basic line-up, the three models were named A, B and C, presumably for buyers to recognise which version of front-standard movements their camera offered. The Model A featured 'axis tilt' on both front and rear standards, whereas the B model allowed only 'base tilt', with the Model C offering a combination of both axis and base tilts.

IMG 1402

Arca Swiss Model A Basic. This version has axis tilt capabilities, along with all other front and rear standard movements.

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