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The Wirgin junior, 6x9 folding 120 format camera, is one of the very few US built cameras that was imported to Germany under a local brand name. It was manufactured by the Vokar Corporation in Dexter, Michigan in 1946. It is built-identical with the Voigt Junior, but sports a more decorative top plate.[1]

Notes and ReferencesEdit

  1. Manual for the Wirgin Junior at OrphanCameras

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