M.I.O.M. Lec Junior: Art Deco Camera 1936

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david baugh

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Picked this camera up a short while ago, had never heard of MIOM before the fact that I love Art Deco cameras and it only being £ 8.99 ($ 13 or so) I thought I'd buy it. A very simple camera, I'm looking forward to putting a roll of 127 film through it when we get a brighter day. In the meantime here's a quick look........

A review of the MIOM Lec Junior Art Deco camera manufactured in Paris in 1936 at the height of the Art Deco period.
It's manufactured by M.I.O.M. and was their first camera. The fact it was a Bakelite camera reflected their expertise in producing mouldings.
It's a basic but functional 127 roll film medium format camera producing 8 6x4.5cm images per roll.

 

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That's a nice little simple Bakelite camera. At 1/50 and f/16, you should be doing fine with ISO 100 on bright days, even in England in winter.
 
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