|1961 Showa Kogaku Japan Leotax G|
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The Leotax G was Leotax's last camera. 500 pieces were sold, not enough to save the company from bankruptcy. It was again a camera in Leica style, but not just a Leica copy: Its body was almost like that of a Leica M3, but its viewfinder was like that of a Nikon SP, and it had an old-style Leica M39 screw mount intead of the M3's Leica M bayonet-mount.
|1961 Leotax Camera Co.,Ltd Japan Leotax G 24x36mm, Tokyo Kogaku Topcor f1.8/5cm lens|
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