Brands that disappeared in the 70s:

WIRGIN EDIXA, ZEISS IKON AG, KOWA, MIRANDA, PETRI, TOPCON, ALPA, NIKKORMAT/NIKOMAT.

West-Germany: WIRGIN EDIXA:1954-1971:

For more on Wirgin Edixa, see http://www.pentax-slr.com/181841700

West-Germany: ZEISS IKON AG: 1953-1972:

For more on Zeiss Ikon AG, go to http://www.pentax-slr.com/181841701

Japan: KOWA: 1960-1973:

For a closer look at Kowa, go to http://www.pentax-slr.com/181841702

Japan: MIRANDA: 1955-1976:

For a detailed presentation of Miranda history, please go to:

Japan: PETRI: 1959-1977:

For more on Petri, go to: http://www.pentax-slr.com/181841703

Japan: TOPCON: 1958-1978:

Switzerland: ALPA: 1949-1978:

For more on Alpa, see http://www.pentax-slr.com/181841705

Japan: NIKKORMAT/NIKOMAT: 1965-1978:

More Nikomat/Nikkormat onhttp://www.pentax-slr.com/71760553

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08.04 | 13:30

Hi,
Thank you! You are right, and I have corrected the chapter of Rolleiflex.
However, the first Voigtländer VSL-1, under Rollei control, had M42 mount.

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07.04 | 11:50

Hi. The Rolleiflex 35 models did not use M42 but the QBM mount, which is identical to the Voigtländer bayonet.
http://www.klassik-cameras.de/RolleiflexSL35.htm

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22.03 | 22:04

Hi,
You are right, and I have described it as such in the chapter about Voigtländer.
(1959-1969). But it came out wrong here, and will be corrected. Thanks!

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22.03 | 20:36

The Bessamatic had interchangeable lenses (think Zoomar, the first 35mm camera zoomlens). Nice site, keep it up

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