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Argus sold over 300,000 Argus C4 35mm rangefinder cameras in the 1950s. It had one of the best implementations of a viewfinder with superimposed rangefinder, an easy film load concept and a hot shoe for attaching and connecting a flash without cable. It had a modern design, but no interchangeable lenses. But the Geiss company of Chicago customized C4 cameras for interchangeable lenses which were made by Enna in Munich, Germany.
- Argus camera timeline
- Manual available on the Favorite Classics section of .kyphoto.com
- How it Works: The Argus C4 Shutter
- C4 Repair notes
- Argus C-Four at www.collection-appareils.fr by Sylvain Halgand
- Geiss modified C4 at cameraquest.com 
- When was my Argus camera made?, by Phillip G. Sterritt
- Argus patents