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Old 11-30-2019   #1
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Argoflex.

Interesting article here....

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Have one sitting on a shelf in my spare bedroom.. hmm. Thanks for sharing!
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I had both the Seventy Five and the Argus 40. (sold them both) The 40 had f stops and a lens you can focus as well as a threaded cable release for the shutter. A decent camera

argus 40 by Carlos Yashinon, on Flickr
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Yes, thanks for sharing. Great camera.
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If it uses 120 I wish I had one.
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Quote:
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If it uses 120 I wish I had one.
They use 620. Same film and backing paper as 120, but on a different spool.

Film photography Project sells respooled film in their store, or easy to do in a dark room or dark bag.

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