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Free online encyclopedia of camera and photography
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Another year has gone by for Camera-Wiki.org. Here are a few notes on where we are today.

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Believe it or not, it’s been three years since we launched Camera-Wiki.org to create a new home for the camerapedia community and continue the job of documenting the world’s cameras. So, where are we now? Here are a few milestones...

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Editors made 139 edits, started 31 new articles, and added 276 new flickr photos this week at Camera-Wiki.org, including a new article on the Duo TLR, a modern film camera that uses Mamiya C series TLR lenses and was funded by a Kickstarter project.

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Editors made 228 edits, started 19 new articles, and added 174 new flickr photos this week at Camera-Wiki.org, including a new article on the Meisupii HALF, a half-frame 35mm viewfinder camera made the Japanese Tougodo company.

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Editors made 163 edits, started 37 new articles, and added 446 new flickr photos this week at Camera-Wiki.org, including a new article on the Pentax Espio 115 (aka Pentax IQZoom 115).

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Editors made 93 edits, started 15 new articles, and added 160 new flickr photos this week at Camera-Wiki.org, including a new stub article on the Yashica FX-70 Quartz 35mm SLR camera.

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The Chicago Cluster is what Camera-Wiki editors call the plethora of bakelite cameras that originated from Chicago, Illinois in the mid-1900s. They were released under dozens of different company names, often with the same street address. There appears to have been only one or, at most, a handful of manufacturers. The details are a historical mystery waiting to be solved.

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Editors made 200 edits, started 37 new articles, and added 212 new flickr photos this week at Camera-Wiki.org, including a new stub article on the Mamiya Prismat NP 35mm SLR.

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Editors made 84 edits, started 19 new articles, and added 176 new flickr photos this week at Camera-Wiki.org, including a new article on the strange little Vivitar ECO35.
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