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See also the earlier horizontal Exakta 6×6 and vertical Exakta 6×6.

The Exakta 66 is an SLR camera taking 6×6cm pictures on 120 or 220 film. It was announced by the West German Ihagee Kamerawerk (Ihagee West) at the 1984 Photokina, and sold from 1986.[1] It was followed by the Exakta 66 Model II, then the Exakta 66 III released c.1996.

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  1. McKeown, p.439.

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Praktisix and Pentacon Six lens mount
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Exakta 66 | Pentacon Six | Praktisix | Kiev 6C | Kiev 60 | Kiev 88СМ | Arax

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