"Hanimex 35mm Cameras"

HANIMEX = HAN nes IM port EX port, Sydney Australia.
Jack Hannes began importing European cameras to Australia at the end of World War II. His company held the agencies for many well known companies, including Hasselblad. It spread its influence to film, darkroom equipment, and projectors both still and cine.

In the early 1950's, Hannes began influencing the design of many cameras, re-badging them as Hanimex. These often bore a close resemblance to the original, but were uniquely Hanimex. By the 1960's the the company was designing cameras and projectors in Australia, manufacturing in several countries and exporting to dozens of world markets.

The chief designer at Hanimex from the 1960's, Jerry Arnott, was responsible for the Mini "trombone" 110 miniature camera and the compact 35mm SLR and flash cameras.

  Hanimex 126 Cameras [2]

  Hanimex 35mm Cameras [66]

  Hanimex 110mm Cameras [35]

  Hanimex Box Cameras [0]

  Hanimex Disc Cameras [5]

  Hanimex Flash Units [8]

  Hanimex Novelty Cameras [5]

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