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Launched in 1969, the Sensomat had TTL CdS stop-down meter built-in the under mirror; an advanced feature for its day. The meter is operated by the two buttons next to lens throat. At the time it was known as the poor man's Nikon F as it sported a removable prism like the F. The Sensomat sold reasonably well as a budget SLR during the 70's.
- On www.collection-appareils.fr by Sylvain Halgand :