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Bell International Corp. was an American distributor based in New York. In 1959–60, it distributed the Bell Kamra, a fancy combination of a transistor radio and a subminiature camera, name variant of the Ramera manufactured in Japan by Kowa. It certainly also distributed the Bell 16, a standalone version of the camera contained in the Ramera.

Nothing else is known about the company. It might have been related to Bell Labs or to Bell & Howell, but this is unconfirmed.


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  • Bell Kamra at, showing the name "Bell International Corp. N.Y." on the camera's user manual