Camera Porn Wednesday

This weeks camera is:

Williamson L-type camera

The Williamson L-type aerial camera is a 4×5-inch plate camera made for the Royal Flying Corps (predecessor of the Royal Air Force) during the First World War. It was patented by Major Frederic Laws of the RFC,[1]
and made by the Williamson Kinematograph Company of Denmark Street, London.[2] The wording of Laws’ patent suggests that this was a development of cameras already in use by the RFC.[1]

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Camera Porn Wednesday

This weeks camera is:

Vito II

The Voigtländer Vito II was introduced in 1949 as successor of Voigtländer‘s prewar model Vito, a folding camera for 35mm film. Unlike the earlier model, it could only take modern type No. 135 film, and not alternately 35mm film on simple rolls. Its film transport was optimized for the modern film capsules. The camera got a new lens which was calculated for colour photography, Voigtländer’s Color-Skopar 1:3.5/50mm

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Camera Porn Wednesday

This weeks camera is:

Start (SLR)

The Start is a 35mm SLR film camera that manufactured by Mechanical Factory of Krasnogorsk (Krasnogorsky Mekhanichesky Zavod) (KMZ), near Moscov, former USSR, between 1958-64.
Start Старт (=Старт logo stamped as Italics) means Start.

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