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Wirgin Edixa Prismat TTL (internal readout)

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Edixa Prismat TTL (internal readout) is a 35mm film SLR camera made by Wirgin and introduced in c.1967.

It has fixed pentaprism, CdS lightmeter with readout in the finder, meter switch on side of lens mount. It was sometimes advertised as having combined bayonet/M42 screw mount, but in reality it was M42 mount with bayonet adapter ring. It is similar to Wirgin Edixa Prismaflex TTL, but shutter speeds 1-1/1000. It was sold also as P+ Edixa Prismat TTL by Paul Plus Ltd. in Great Britain. [1]

See also the article Wirgin Edixa series (SLR models)

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. McKeown's p.1008

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