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The Pajta's (meaning "Companion" in Hungarian) is a Bakelite camera made in Hungary by Magyar Optikaïl Müvek (MOM), in 1955.

Exposure settings can be instantaneous or B, three apertures, selectable via knobs below the lens. Images are square on 120 film.

  • Pajta's picture on Flickr by blue coyote laughing
  • Pajta's camera pictures and results at westfordcomp.com