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The Argus C was a non-coupled rangefinder camera made in 1938 by Argus, Inc. of Ann Arbor, Michigan & Chicago, Illinois (USA). It is sometimes called a "brick". The Argus C include a 50mm f3.5 Argus lens and had 10 shutter speeds ranging from 1/5 to 1/300 of second.
- Argus camera timeline
- Argus C: the first best-selling 135 film camera (1938), at DCView (in Chinese, English translation)
- Argus C and photos taken with it
- Argus patents
- Argus C on www.collection-appareils.fr
- When was my Argus camera made?, by Phillip G. Sterritt
- Survey to enter information about your Argus C Series Camera, by Phillip G. Sterritt
- Collected results of the Argus C Series Camera survey, by Phillip G. Sterritt