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Chronology of the Miom brand  New window

Manufactured in France from 1936 until 1942.
Index of rarity in France : Peu courant (among non-specialized garage sales)
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Miom Miom

Traduction de Sylvain Halgand

The first two cameras manufactured by Manufacture d' Isolants et d'Objets Moulés were of 4 X 6,5. They carry both the name of MIOM. They are manufactured in Cégéite (a bakelite). They are technically identical. From an esthetic point of view, they are characterized by the form from the prominence which supports the lens. In a case, it is round, in the other, it is octagonal. The lens is a Boyer meniscus which can take the name of Rexor or Duxor, although it is about same. The camera itself, appears under other names (with some variations) like Lec junior.