Meridian 45A

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The Meridian 45A was a nicely-made, metal press camera from Meridian, circa 1947. A notable feature which quickly IDs the 45A is its round lens boards. There is a provision for back tilt by using locking struts, as seen on some Linhof cameras (or later, the Mamiya Press).

  • Type: press camera
  • Manufacturer: Meridian
  • Film: 4x5
  • Year of launch: later 1940s?
  • Focusing: with help of Kalart Synchronized Range Finder or with ground glass,
    variant with Hugo Meyer rangefinder existed
  • Display: ground glass
  • Movements: lens board shift & tilt & swing, rear swing & tilt
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