Mamiya Prismat NP
| Prismat NP w MAMIYA-SEKOR F.C. f/1.7 58mm|
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The Prismat NP is an early interchangeable lens 35mm SLR camera from Mamiya released in 1961. The body does not have any marking for the model name. It has a horizontal traveling cloth focal-plane shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/1000, plus B. It has FP and X synchronisation terminals on the rear, and a self timer. The lens has an Exakta bayonet mount. Some examples come with a Canon OM 50 mm f/1.9, as illustrated here.
The camera was also distributed by Sears as the Sears 32A, Sears 32B, Tower 32A and Tower 32B.
| with Canon OM 50 mm f/1.9|
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| Tower 32A|
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| Sears 32 B|
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| Tower 32B|
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