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Norisan Nori 0a
France Version française
Photos by EC text by EC. From the collection of Eric Carlhan. Last update 2012-02-08 par Eric Borel.

Manufactured or assembled in Germany from 1937 to (After) 1937.
Index of rarity in France: Rare (among non-specialized garage sales)
Inventory number: 1892

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Chronology of cameras Norisan 

Traduction de Manuel M

This strange small camera is not easy to identify. It does not comprise any marking except Z and the M in front (Instantaneous and pauses), which affirms a German origin (and not Japanese as can let it believe the brand). Fortunately, it is enough original to be relatively easy to find by flicking through Mac Keown' S.

This Nori 0a owes its “a” to the Galileo finder who replaces the metal framework of the Nori 0. It dates to 1937 and takes views of 24 X 24 mm on a specific film (and, of course, untraceable since 70 years). The only possible adjustment is a choice between Pose and Instantaneous.

Note: one will note a resemblance to the MIOM of the same period.

Norisan Nori 0a

Norisan Nori 0a

Norisan Nori 0a