Contents 1 July, 2009 2 October, 2008 3 August, 2008 4 February, 2008 5 October, 2007 6 February, 2007 7 November, 2006 8 October, 2006 9 September, 2006 July, 2009 Le Daguerreotype the first commercial camera series Primo Jr. a Japanese 4×4 TLR Tanar lenses Japanese 39mm screw mount lenses Ricoh GR1V(extra feature: 1st proper camerapedia.wikia.com article) a Japanese compact camera October, 2008 Nifca and Molta plate folders From Minolta's predecessors Semi Rotte Little known folder by Kuribayashi Purma Cameras with gravity controlled shutter August, 2008 Holga one of the oldest camerapedia articles Waltax one of the most revised pages Owla Stereo our first featured stereo camera February, 2008 Franka a Bavarian camera maker Olympus Chrome Six a dual-format folding camera HalmaFlex a Japanese 6×6 TLR October, 2007 Olympus OM-10/20/30/40 OM system on a budget Konica I/II/III Konica's first 35mm cameras Gelto Japanese 3×4 with a good finish February, 2007 Minolta XG Minolta's budget SLRs Olympus Pen Popular half-frame camera family Minolta Vest and Minolta Six Bakelite "pyramid folders" Nikon FM3A Nikon's hybrid automatic and mechanical camera November, 2006 Pentacon Six Long-lived East German design. Voigtländer VSL When Voigtländer was owned by Rollei. Zenobia Picture by Terry Hardy Series of 4.5×6 folding cameras made from 1952 to 1957 by Daiichi Kōgaku. Moskva-5 The biggest Russian rangefinder. October, 2006 Leica CL Minolta CLE Two rangefinder models, fruit of cooperation between Leitz and Minolta. Contax S Picture by Popitz It defined the SLR's shape for the decades to come. Pearl (4.5×6) Picture by Mech_for_i Detailed article covering all the series from the 1938 Semi Pearl to the 1958 Pearl IV. Yashica-D A TLR article, with nice pictures. September, 2006 Fujica G690 The Hokkaido Contax. Detailed article covering the G690, the G690BL, the GL690 and the GM670. Olympus OM-1/2/3/4 Summary of one-digit OM bodies. Semi Minolta Picture courtesy of Frank Slade Detailed article covering all the series from 1934 to 1955. Flexaret VII A nicely illustrated article.