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    any info on this camera?


    DMRCaleb by bob40caliber, on Flickr

    Supposed to a DMR Caleb?

    thanks
    Bob

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    It looks like it has the right logo, but I think the Caleb (made by Demaria Freres in Paris) was a folding plate camera. Of course, Demaria probably made other models as well - I know they made a field camera. What's the name on the lens? And what are the dimensions of the camera?

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    All I have is this photo.
    It is still in france.

    DMR Caleblens by bob40caliber, on Flickr

    this help?

    Bob
    Last edited by vintageslrs; 02-21-2011 at 07:32 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: adding

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    can't tell what the name on the lens is - Demaria did make good cameras and this looks like a good one

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    I'm no expert, but just wanted to comment on the beautiful wood and finish; it's representative of everything today's plastic cameras are not.
    Nikon 35mm, Mamiya 645 & RB67, Leica IIIb, other bits and pieces

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    I'm no expert either, but looks like a great camera!

    Jeff



 

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