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Movie Cameras

8 mm Cameras

  • OP 8 (1939)
  • Sonet 8 (1956)
  • Admira 8 D (1946–47)
  • Admira 8 IIa (1954)
  • Admira 8 F (1960–64)
  • Admira EL 8 (1960) - one and only camera having the Zoom lens
  • Admira 8 G1 (1966–68)
  • Admira 8 G2 (1966)
  • Admira 8 G0 (1968–73)
  • Admira 8 G1 Supra (1968–71)
  • Admira 8 G2 Supra (1968–71)
  • Admira 8 L1 Supra (1971)
  • Admira 8 L2 Supra (1971)
Supra is an indication for Super 8.

9.5 mm Cameras

  • Admira Ledvinka (Pocket) (1934)

16 mm Cameras

  • Admira 16 (1937)
  • Admira 19 A1 el. (1963–68)

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