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Omega in Paris made a pseudo TLR, the Omega Eikon, presumably in the period immediately following WW II. The camera has a Gitzo Shutter with a minimum setting of 1/150th.[1] By 1949 Omega had become Olbia and was distributing cameras under that brand name.

  • Omega Eikon 6x6 pseudo TLR[2]


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Notes and ReferencesEdit

  1. www.tlr-cameras.com Omega Eikon
  2. Sylvain Halgand Omega Eikon and Gerard Langlois Eikon

Disambiguation Page

other Omegas see Koni-Omega and Omega View

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