Cameras from A to Z

Tomorrow is the first day of the Blogging from A to Z challenge. I’m really excited about this year’s challenge, because I’m blogging about cameras.

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I’ll be choosing camera models whose names begin with the appropriate letter of the alphabet, beginning with the letter A tomorrow.

Days and letters for April’s Blogging from A to Z Challenge

As I write each post, I’ll add a link to this page, so you can find the posts later – if that’s your kind of thing.

So check back often!

“A” is for A: The Univex Model A.
“B” is for Brownie: The Kodak Brownie.
“C” is for C3: The Argus C3 – AKA ‘The Brick.’
“D” is for Dynamatic: The Voigtlander Dynamatic.
“E” is for Exacta: The Exacta and Exa cameras from Ihagee.
“F” is for Falcon. It’s also for the Nikon F.
“G” is for Graphic: The Graflex Graphic and Speed Graphics.
“H” is for Hit, and for the Erneman Haeg.
“I” is for Instamatic: The Kodak Instamatics.
“J” is for Jiffy: The Jiffy Kodaks
“K” is for Karat, and Kandor
“L” is for Land Camera
“M” is for Mercury
“N” is for Nikomat
“O” is for Optima
“P” is for Perfex
“Q” is for Quickmatic
“R” is for Retina
“S” is for Steky
“T” is for Taron
“U” is for Uniflash
“V” is for Vitessa
“W” is for Winpro
“X” is for X-GA
“Y” is for Yunon
“Z” is for Zorki

 

Reference: McKeown’s Price Guide to Antique and Classic Cameras, 12th edition, ISBN 0-931838-40-1

 

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