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“The Kamerette is a simple box camera, made in Japan around 1930. It takes 3×5cm no-need-darkroom...Kamerette
“The Meiritto (メイリット), Meisupi (メイスピイ) and Meikai (メイカイ) are Japanese cameras made and sold by...Meiritto, Meisupi and Meikai
“The Best Camera is a Japanese camera using the no-need-darkroom process. A no-need-darkroom...Best Camera (no-need-darkroom)
“The Maruso Camera are Japanese cameras using the no-need-darkroom process, advertised in the...Maruso Camera
“See also the postwar Toyoca Six 6×6 folder and Toyoca B35 35mm folder. Tougodo made a number of...Tougodo folding cameras
“The It (イット) is a box camera using the no-need-darkroom process, advertised by Murakami Shōkai...It (Murakami)
“The Tōkō (トーコー) is a Japanese camera using the no-need-darkroom process, reportedly advertised...Tōkō (no-need-darkroom)
Pages in category "No-need-darkroom"
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