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cedricfan Posted - Mar 11 2008 : 1:18:39 PM
Now I have three types, all in Wiki. This third is very odd. First I thought that the name plate has been home made with replacing it to a piece of leatherette, but closely studying it seems factory made. It is the same type of leatherette as on camera, and the cutting is too precice to be homemade, but on the other hand as crudely made as the rest of camera leatherette. Hard to explain, but you do know the leatherette in USSR-cameras: straight edges, but not completely correct size for the space.

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AidasCams Posted - Mar 15 2008 : 03:42:25 AM
Juhani,

you should be very proud to have first known Elikon No Name! Congratulations!


Regards,
Aidas

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