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1950s

1960s

1970s+

From the 1970 to the end of the 20th Century, 35mm rules the roost, 120 is now solely used for professional work. All black cameras make their appearance throughout the 1980s again, plastic often forms the main body of even some good quality cameras. Fully automatic exposure features increasingly throughout the 80s, along with auto film loading, rewinding and Autofocus. Excellent equipment becomes progressively more affordable whilst even some cheap cameras produce commendable results in sympathetic hands. This concludes the area of interest for the LICM as the end of the 20th century is marked by a profound shift to digital photography.

Select a vintage camera image, below, to view details, most cameras have 360° views. Pictures are not to scale.



Zenit B


Zenit E


Zenit 12XP


Zorki 4


Zorki 4K


Ektra 22


Hi-Matic S


LTL3


Auto-Half


Autoron


Disposables


Pentax 110


Vectis 40

 
F401 (F4004s)

 
OM-10

 
AF35ML

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Praktica BC1

 
Trip 35

 
Rollei 35B

 
Canon AV-1


Pentax K1000

Pentax K1000

Pentax ME

Auto 110 Super

Minox DCC

  


Rollei 35 S


Lubitel 166B


Nikon FE

 


 

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