Fandom

Camerapedia Wiki

Omega 120

5,979pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.

Press cameras made in the United States of America
Beseler 4x5 Press Camera | Burke & James 4x5 Speed Press | Busch 4x5 Pressman | Busch 6x9 Pressman | Busch Pressman Model C | Busch Pressman Model D | Graflex Speed Graphic | Meridian 45A | Meridian 45B | Omega 120 | Printex Press | Rilex

The Simmon Brothers, known for their line of enlargers, built one camera for the civilian market, the Simmon Omega 120 rangefinder camera. The camera was a design by Alfred Simmon.[1] The Simmon Omega 120 camera was the design precursor to the Koni-Omega series of cameras. The Omega 120, released in March 1954 by Simmon Bros. N.Y., came with coupled rangefinder and a with 90mm f=3.5 Omicron lens in a Wollensak Rapax Synchro flash synchronized shutter with speeds from 1 sec to 1/400 sec plus B.

LinksEdit

  • Omega 120 at Sociedad Ibero-Americana de la Historia de la Fotografia Museo Fotográfico y Archivo Historico "Adolfo Alexander"
  • Omgega 120 at George Eastman House

Notes Edit

  1. Patent US169343 [1]

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki