Argus

Argus C3 Matchmatic

The Argus C3 is one of the most ubiquitous cameras in the United States. Rarely will one pass through a flea market or antiques mall without seeing one of these “bricks”. As such, they are often overlooked as a decent… Read More ›

Argus A3

This is the Argus A3. I like it because it has more of an art deco aesthetic that its siblings, such as the Argus A, though it shares the same leaf shutter. It also has a pop-out lens barrel and… Read More ›

Argus C-four

The C4 is a 35mm coupled-rangefinder camera built by Argus from 1951 to 1958 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Less handsome than the C-3 and more advanced than the Argus A, the C4 is a solidly built piece of equipment that feels like… Read More ›

Argus Argoflex Seventy-Five

The Argus Argoflex Seventy-Five was produced by Michigan based Argus starting in 1949.  Typically considered a pseudo TLR, the Seventy-Five does feature double exposure prevention and a handy taking lens marker to indicate when the film has been properly advanced…. Read More ›

Argus A

The Argus A is a 35mm viewfinder camera produced in Ann Arbor, Michigan from 1936 to 1941. It is largely regarded as one of the cameras responsible for popularizing the use of 35mm film in the US.