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|French companies ( )|
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SEM was a French camera maker from just after World War II until the 1970s. It began by producing simple 35mm viewfinder cameras, but is mostly well-known for its range of 120 TLRs called the Semflex.
- Reyna-Cross II
- Reyna-Cross III
- SEM Kim
- Sem Kim II
- Orénac III
- Orénac L235
- Baby Sem
6x6 TLR Edit
- SEM et les Semflex, P.-H. Pont, ed. Fotosaga
- The various Sem pages at ClicClac
- Cameras SEM on www.collection-appareils.fr by Sylvain Halgand
- Sem page at Collection G. Even's site
- Sem Cameras Timeline at www.collection-appareils.com