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The Pajta's (meaning "Companion" in Hungarian) is a Bakelite camera made in Hungary by Gamma Optikail Művek later by Fővárosi Finommechanikai Vállalat FFV, in 1955.

Exposure settings can be instantaneous 1/30 or B, three apertures (f8, f11, f16), selectable via knobs below the 80mm f/8 achromat lens made at the first time by Magyar Optikaïl Művek (MOM). Images are on 120 film.

  • Pajta's picture on Flickr by blue coyote laughing
  • Pajta's camera pictures and results at
  • Pajtá's (Hungarian site)