Brands that disappeared in the 80s:

PETRI, ROLLEIFLEX, MAMIYA, KONICA, FUJICA, CHINON.

JAPAN: PETRI 1959-1980:

For more on Petri cameras, see http://www.pentax-slr.com/181841703

West-Germany: ROLLEIFLEX:1970-1982:

For more on Rolleiflex, see http://www.pentax-slr.com/181841707

Japan: MAMIYA: 1961-1984:

More details on Mamiya on http://www.pentax-slr.com/181841708

Japan: KONICA: 1960-1987:

Japan: Fujica 1971-1987:

Japan: CHINON:1966-1989:

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26.03 | 20:19

Hi,
Yes, their first PPSLR was introduced in 1960. I will add that that was Kowa(flex). Then the Kowa(flex) E in 1961, introducing auto metering. Thanks!

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25.03 | 23:47

Kowa made one even earlier than this Kowa H, there seems to be one from 1959 (?) called Kowaflex. There is one on ebay now.

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23.02 | 00:17

The Konica Autoreflex of 1968 was the first automatic system to measure light through the lens, TTL. I will rewrite things to make this more clear. Thank you!

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23.02 | 00:14

Savoyflex was first, but not regarded as a very useful system. Then Kowa H in 1963. Then Kiev Avtomat in '64. But Konica got all the credit from 1965.....

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