Photopia

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Photopia Ltd. was a photographic distributor based in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, England. The company sold cameras and accessories - some of them made and branded for Photopia by various manufacturers such as Vredeborch and King, and others under their original names, such as Wirgin and Regula. The Photopia company developed from an earlier name, Norths Staffs Photographic Services[1]. Photopia was at one time the UK importers for Minolta. The company still exists as Johnsons Photopia[2], and distributes brands including Mamiya and Sekonic.

Photopia Cameras

Sources

  1. Maurice Fisher's Photomemorabilia
  2. Johnsons Photopia website.

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