Dixons

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Dixons is a British electronics and photographic retail company, which distributed a number of cameras under the brand Prinz. In 2007, the Dixons name was removed from high-street shops and went entirely online; the shops were closed or renamed Currys.digital.

Distributed cameras

original camera sold as
Halma Flex I Prinz Flex
Halma Flex IIB Prinz Auto
Prinz 110 Eletro
Cosina 35 Prinz 35-E
Chinon 35EE Prinz 35-EE (also see GAF Memo EE)
Prinz 35 ER
Halma 44 Prinz 44
Prinz Candide 126
Prinz Junior 35
Prinz Lightmatic 400 Tele
Regula Automatic L Prinz Mastermatic
Halina Paulette Electric Prinz Mastermatic III
Halina Paulette EE II Prinz Mastermatic V
Vredeborch Felicette Prinz Pilot
Regula Sprinty Prinz Pilot II, Prinz Pilot E
Prinz Pilot III
Halina 35-600 Prinz Saturn 35 Auto (40/2.8, CdS meter, zone focus)
Zenit B Prinzflex 500
Zenit E Prinzflex 500E
Chinonflex TTL Prinzflex Super TTL[1]
Chinon M-1 Prinzflex M-1


Notes

  1. With Super TTL in black or red lettering

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