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k.jpg
Photo courtesy Phil Sterrit
Model: K
Production Years: 1939-1940
Description:
50mm F4.5
A Commemorative Model, to Mark the 100th Anniversary of Photography. One of the rarest Argus Cameras
Coupled Extinction Meter
 
 
d.jpg
Photo courtest of William Savage
Model: D
Production Years: NONE
Description:
The Model 'D' was a developmental camera that was announced but never issued to the public. Only a few prototype cameras exist.
 
 
m.jpg
Photo courtesy of Jerry Vincent
Model: M
Production Years: 1939-1940
Description:
47mm F6.3
Highly Attractive Pre-war 828 Camera
The only 828 camera made with a half frame/full frame option.
 
 
19.jpg
Photo courtesy of Jerry Vincent
Model: 19
Production Years: 1947-1948
Description:
47mm F9.7
Similar to Model M, also called Minca 28.
Later it was produced by other companies as a premium camera and named: Delco 828, and Camro 28.
 
 
a3.jpg
Photo courtesy of Jerry Vincent
Model: A3
Production Years: 1940-42
Description:
50mm F4.0
Futuristic looking Metal-Bodied Camera, Built-in Extinction Meter
 
 
cc.jpg
Photo courtesy of Phil Sterritt
Model: CC (Color Camera)
Production Years: 1941-1942
Description:
50mm F4.0
Essentially an A3 with built-in Photo-electric Exposure Meter
 
 
a4.jpg
Photo courtesy of Jerry Vincent
Model:  A4
Production Years: 1953-1956
Description:
44mm F3.5
A Departure from Conventional Designs, more resembling a Kodak Product
Camera Stamped with Date of Mfgr: yymm
 
 
c20.jpg
Photo courtesy of Jerry Vincent
Model:  C20
Production Years: 1957-1958
Description:
44mm F3.5
Essentially an updated A4