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Bell & Howell was an American camera maker, who made cine cameras from 1912. It bought the still camera maker TDC. Their first still camera was the Foton in 1948. The Electric Eye 127 was released in 1958.
| Bell & Howell Electric Eye 127|
c1958 - by Graustark
| Bell & Howell Auto 35/28 Focusmatic|
image by fedglass
The Bell & Howell brand name has been used on other cameras later, not made by Bell & Howell:
- Autoload 340, made by Canon for 126 film
- Autoload 341, made by Canon for 126 film
- Autoload 342, made by Canon for 126 film
- Auto 35/28 Focusmatic, made by Canon, based on the Canonet 28
- Auto 35/Reflex, rebadged Canon EX EE SLR (with their QL feature) for 35mm film
- Dial 35, made by Canon for 35mm film
- Bell & Howell Pocket Star Z for 110 film
The name is still used on low range digital cameras:
- 10MP Optical Zoom
- 10MP Digital Zoom
- 10MP Flip Out LCD
| Bell & Howell TDC Stereo Vivid|
image by matias_e
| Bell & Howell Pocket Star Z|
image by Andrys Stienstra