Fujita Kogaku's medium format 6x6 SLR system consisting of low-cost cameras of unusual vertical design and a limited range of lenses.
(*) - Fujita 66 SQ / Kalimar Reflex SQ cameras were introduced in 1960, however, we have an ad from the SPORTS ILLUSTRATED magazine dated September 15, 1958 which lists the instant mirror return feature among the other major features of the Kalimar Reflex.
By the end of 1962, Fujita Kogaku stopped production of cameras under its own brand name but continued to make the Kalimar series cameras.
In addition to 52/3.5, 80/3.5, 80/2.8 and 150/4 lenses, Kalimar 240/4.5 and 300/5.6 lenses were also released after the Six Sixty; their finish matched that of the camera. Unfortunately, we were not able to find any manufacturer data on these two lenses.
|Wide-angle prime lenses|
|Fujita Kogaku Fujitar 52mm F/3.5 (Kaligar) • S.IX||Pro||1957 ●|
|Standard prime lenses|
|Fujita Kogaku Fujitar 80mm F/3.5 (Haconar, Kaligar, Soligor)||Pro||1956 ●|
|Fujita Kogaku Fujitar 80mm F/2.8 (Kaligar)||Pro||1960 ●|
|Short telephoto prime lenses|
|Fujita Kogaku Fujitar 150mm F/4 (Kaligar) • S.VI||Pro||1957 ●|
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