Cameras

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Pentax Cameras - Background
... reborn industry had sold many of its cameras to the occupation forces (with hugely more disposable income than the Japanese) and they were well ... by lenses from companies such as Nikon and Canon for their Leica rangefinder cameras, and also by bodies by these and other companies to supplement and replace the Leica and Contax cameras they were using ... the background to the development of Asahi Optical's first camera ...
Sigma Corporation - Cameras
... Sigma has made a number of film SLR cameras, including the SA-300, SA-5, SA-7 and SA-9 ... During Photokina 2010, Sigma announced their new flagship DSLR camera, the SD1 ... All Sigma SLR and DSLR cameras use the Sigma SA mount, which is mechanically similar to the Pentax K mount and electrically an adaptation of the Canon EF lens mount lens control system ...
Sinar - Accessories
... (now discontinued) were made by Sinar to adapt this viewer to various other view camera makes such as Plaubel, Linhof, and Toyo ... The Zoom film backs are usable on any 4x5 camera with an international (Graflok) back ... More recent innovations are the integration of Canon and Nikon SLR cameras as camera backs onto the P standard with adaptors from fellow Swiss camera accessories manufacturer, Foba and other ...
Pentax Lenses - Lens Designations - DA Lenses
... were designed specifically for the Pentax digital cameras incorporating an APS-C digital sensor ... generally considered to be compatible with older cameras ... They also lack an aperture ring, limiting their use on cameras that do not support automatic aperture settings ...
Pentax Cameras - Other Formats
... Pentax is one of the few camera manufacturers still producing medium format cameras ... These cameras build on the Pentax SLR design experience ... The shape of the Pentax 67 is broadly similar to a 35 mm SLR camera ...

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