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Luiz Paracampo Posted - Jan 30 2008 : 6:45:13 PM
This is a very interesting camera in the Historic view point. The same way FAG and VOOMP were the forerunners of FED, This Orion was the forerunner of Sokol and Lomo 130. Orion KM were a kind of "trial balloon" built with technology from Japan. These models were made together Fuji and Copal in a trial to develop precision handcraft at a relative low cost and massive production.
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Luiz Paracampo Posted - Feb 01 2008 : 6:48:01 PM
Pehaps still in BelOMO museum or should be a surprise from Suglob in his new book!
okynek Posted - Jan 31 2008 : 09:24:33 AM
Does any known exaples of this camera exist today?

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