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Vivitar XM130

The Vivitar XM130 is a late-1990s compact camera for the briefly popular APS film format. It offers all three APS aspect ratios, a fixed-focus lens, motor-driven film advance, a self-timer, built-in flash, a red eye reduction system, and needs a CR2 battery to operate.[1]

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Gold plate folders

The Gold plate folders are Japanese folding cameras taking 6.5×9cm pictures. They were distributed from 1934 to 1937 by Yamashita Yūjirō Shōten. It is not known if they are related to the company Gold Camera Kōgyōsho. At least three models were sold, quite different one from the other. All the models were supplied with three plate holders, a film-pack adapter and a cable release.[1]

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Elikon Autofocus

The Elikon Autofocus is a camera from the former Soviet Union. Released in the 1980s, it was made by BeLomo, and features autofocus and a built-in flash, two features that are rarely seen in a Soviet camera. It is a copy of the Konica C35 AF. The original price was 139 roubles.[1]

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Yashica 72-E

The Yashica 72-E is a small half-frame camera. The name says it all: 72 exposures on a 36 roll of film. The camera is equipped with a Yashinon 28mm f/2.8 focusing lens that can focus from 0.8m to inf. The aperture can be adjusted from f/22 to f/2.8. The shutter is a Copal X with speeds of B, 8 to 250 of a sec. Film is advanced and cocked with a wheel on the base of the camera. Also on the base is the rewind release button, the film rewind crank, and a exposure counter that surrounds the tripod socket. A screw-in cable release can be inserted onto the shutter release.

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Olympus XZ-1

The XZ-1 is a high-end, compact digital camera introduced in early 2011 by Olympus. It offers a 1/1.63″ sensor whose size is somewhat larger than those of other digital compacts; and its restrained 10-megapixel specification allows each pixel to have a greater light-collecting area. Combined with a bright lens (opening to f/1.8 when at the wide end of its 4x zoom range), flash-free photos may be taken in poorer lighting conditions than is typical of pocket-sized cameras. However, a small pop-up flash is also provided.

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This weeks camera is:

Bergger

Bergger Photographic is a French photographic paper company founded in 1995.[1] It was founded by chemist engineer Guy Gerard who worked at Guilleminot for 30 years. The company was started along with Daniel Boucher who handled business operations, after the demise of Guilleminot a few years prior. Though primarily known for paper, Bergger also sold film manufactured by Hungarian company Forte until that firm was closed.

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