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cedricfan Posted - Oct 10 2009 : 08:45:07 AM
Todays finding
Most likely it is NOT for German markest but Swedish as Aidas comments on his website. "Amatör" is a Swedish word and not German. Also finding one in neighbour-Finland makes it more likely.
Found at a local flea market, an old photographers old outfit was for sale.

Best regards,
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mermoz37 Posted - Oct 11 2009 : 03:12:25 AM
congratulations Juani....!
very lucky hunter as usual !
(I agre too : Amator is Swedish re-badged Lubitel)
AidasCams Posted - Oct 10 2009 : 11:39:40 AM
hi Juhani,

you are always on top with new camera findings my friend!
And you are absolutely right to say, that Amator is swedish brand, and not germas, as it was mentioned in my website. I will change my information Monday early morning.

Best Regards,

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