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Japanese Semi (4.5×6)
Postwar models (edit)
folding
Apollo | Semi Blond | Semi Crystar | Daido Semi | Doris | Semi Frank | Semi Gelto | Semi Golder | Karoron | Karoron RF | Kely | Kiko Semi | Korin | Kuri | BB Kuri | Lark | Semi Leotax | Semi Leotax DL / R | Lo Ruby | Semi Lord | Luck | Semi Lyra | Semi Masmy | Middl 120 | Semi Mihama | Mikado | Million Proud | Semi Minolta III | Semi Minolta P | Semi Oscon | Semi Pearl | Pearl I–III | Pearl IV | Petri | Petri RF | Petri Super | Pioneer | Semi Proud | Semi Rocket | Rocky Semi | Rosen | Ruby | Shinkoh Rabbit | Semi Sport | Tsubasa Semi | Union Semi | Union Model U | Walcon Semi | Waltax | Semi Wester | Zenobia
rigid or collapsible
Semi Dak | Semi Hobix | Super Semi Plum | Rocket Camera | Tomy
Prewar and wartime models ->
Japanese SLR, TLR, pseudo TLR and stereo models ->
Japanese 3×4 and 4×4, 4×5 and 4×6.5, 4.5×6 and older 6×9 ->
 Petri Semi ( 1948 Type) Kuribayashi camera Works Petri Anastigmat- F:3.5, 7.5cm. Round front standard to insert OO sized shutter. T,B, 1~200th shutter Front cell focus lens set in a flanged conical design.metric F:stops lever actuator marked 3.5,4.5, 6.3, 9, 12, 16 . Uncoupled rangefinder, yellow & clear coincedence design. Image size 4.5x6cm or SEMI sized.120 rollfilm red window on lower back of door, with sliding cover. Unusal configuration of pop up tubular viewfinder, eye-level reflex viewer, un-coupled rangefinder viewer. This configuration is very RARE in folding japanese cameras and Sugiyama rated it **** out of ***** star rating system. Semi Karoron is a related later model, but NOT the same in viewfinders
Z99 Petri Semi 1948 type

Semi Petri Folding Uncoupled rangefinder type 1948 very rare camera. Don@eastwestphoto

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