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(1929) Folding camera style with 75mm (f8.0) lens. Shutter speeds of T, B, 1/25 - 1/100. Two models were built.
(1934) Up to this point, folding cameras always used leather bellows. Minolta was the first -- with this camera -- to use a system of decreasing size plastic sections that collapsed into each other. Five models were built. All had a 75mm lens, but some were f4.5 while others were f5.6. Shutter speeds of B, 1/25 - 1/100. Produces 4x6cm or 3x4cm images.
(1935) Simple box style camera with a simple 80mm f8 fixed-focus lens. Shutter speeds of B, 1/25 - 1/100. Pop-up viewfinder.
(1959) TLR camera style with 60mm (f3.5) lens. Shutter speeds of B; 1 - 1/500. Only 5000 made.
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