|Tahbes Synchro Camera|
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Tahbes - an acronym for "Technisch en Algemeen Handelsbureau Brokmeier en Steegers" was a Dutch camera company, founded by J. B. Brokmeier and a colleague called Steegers in 1945. They were based in Kon. Willhelminalaan, Voorburg, near The Hague. The company lasted until 1957.
- Synchro Unpainted, shiny metal-bodied camera with simple lens and flash-synchronised 'T'-and-'M' shutter on telescoping lens-tube; unusual Albada finder.
- Synchrona Similar to the Synchro, but with body covering, three-speed shutter and three apertures.
- Populair: Painted metal body. Otherwise similar to the Synchro, but with a simple folding frame-finder and no flash attachment or synchronisation.
|Synchrona with flash unit.|
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