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external link: French cameras and camera market from 1900 to 1960: PHOT'OPTIC COLLECTION
“The Semflex is a 6x6 twin-lens reflex, launched in 1949 by the French maker SEM. At a time when...Semflex
“The Dehel is a series of self-erecting folding 120 roll-film cameras manufactured by...DeMaria-Lapierre Dehel
“The SEM Kim was a 35mm viewfinder camera made by the French camera maker SEM in 1947. It was the...SEM Kim
“The Photax was a viewfinder camera made of Bakelite. It took 6×9cm exposures on roll film. The...Photax
“SOM Berthiot or Berthiot in short was a French optical company from about the beginning of the...Berthiot
“Kinax was a French camera maker from the late 1940s to about 1956. It was part of the group...Kinax
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