Press Van

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The Press Van strut-folding camera was manufactured by Suzuki Kōgaku Kōgyō K.K. (鈴木光学工業㈱) in 1953. It takes 6×6cm exposures on 120 rollfilm and 24x36mm exposures on 35mm film. It has a f/3.5 75mm Takumar lens in a Seikosha-Rapid shutter and a coupled rangefinder. A later model, the Press Van-120 took dual-format 120 film.



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