Argus A3

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The Argus A3 was a viewfinder camera with built-in extinction meter and a pop-out lens barrel, made from 1940 to 1942 by Argus in Ann Arbor. It had the same leaf shutter as the bakelite camera Argus A. Its characteristic element is the streamlined chrome-plated top, making it model for what became a typical Argus design beside the modernistic edged designs of the Argus C2, C3 and Autronic.