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Foto-Quelle of Nuremberg, Germany, is a large retailer of camera and photographic equipment. It sold a variety of film cameras and other optical instruments (such as binoculars) produced by other manufacturers under the Revue and Revueflex brands. Those manufacturers included most notably the japanese companies Chinon and Cosina, as well as the Russian state-owned KMZ factory, most prominently several cameras of their Zenit line. In the 60s Foto-Quelle also distributed Petri and Konica cameras under the Revue brand, which are much rarer today.
Foto-Quelle was originally founded in 1957 as a subsidiary of the large retailer and mail-order house Quelle, Foto-Quelle became Europe's largest photographic retailer by 1966 and in 1970, the world's largest.
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- Revueflex, Revueflex 1000 S, Revueflex 1001, Revueflex 2000 CL, Revueflex 2002, Revueflex 3000 SL, Revueflex 4004, Revueflex 5000 EE, Revueflex SC1, Revueflex T on www.collection-appareils.fr by Sylvain Halgand