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mimaya-kominar tower 10B

mimaya-kominar tower 10B

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The Mamiya 4B and the Rank Mamiya. The Sears Tower 10B label has had two different inscriptions over the years: initially "Tower 10B" and subsequently "Sears 10B." The Tower 10B is a rangefinder with a selenium light metre, giving it the benefit of battery-free operation like its brothers. The film's sensitivity can be changed from 10 to 400 ISO.
The fixed lens has a central shutter made by Seikosha. In addition to long exposure (B), the available shutter speeds are 1/4 to 1/250.

The same numbering pattern is used for these triplets' serial numbers. Small definitional changes have occurred over time, and these include: - the lens's dual "Mamiya-Kominar" and "Mamiya-Sekor" inscription.
- The rewinding film release button, which at first has a red line but later changes to a red dot.

The Rank Aldis and the Kobica 35 BC served as the inspiration for the design of cameras used in South Korea.

History of these Cameras

A Tower camera is a member of the family of Tower camera models created in the 1950s and 1960s for Sears, Roebuck, and Company. Under the Tower brand name, Sears offered a variety of models, many of which were made by well-known companies.

One of Mamiya's biggest distributors, Osawa, filed for the equivalent of bankruptcy in Japan in 1984. Soon after, Mamiya stopped manufacturing 135-film cameras in order to concentrate on the medium-format professional market.

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