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| Foca Standard|
by Henry Thomas
The Foca was an ambitious 35mm rangefinder system made by the French firm OPL from just after World War II to the beginning of the 1960s. It was intended to be an equivalent to the Leica or Contax rangefinder systems, that were not readily available and very expensive in France at the time, because of the import restrictions and high customs of the period.
| Foca Universel R|
by David Broglin
There were two generations of Foca series, the first one with a screw mount and the last one with a bayonet mount, called the Foca Universel, and discussed in another article.
There are two really great sites about Foca, of course both are in French:
- Roland Weber's site is great
- Gilles Delahaye's site is just as great
- Foca cameras and docs at Camera collection by Sylvain Halgand
- Lionel's FOCA cameras and accessories overview at 35mm-compact.com