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Edgar Sauer, May 15, 1962.
This Patent for a "Photographic Camera With Coupled Exposure Meter" was invented by Edgar Sauer and filed on August 21, 1959. It was issued on May 15, 1962 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
The real innovation with this invention came from the built-in photoelectric exposure meter which had an electrical measuring instrument. This was a new concept at the time. The patent itself beautifully captures the sleek design of the camera and lens and is a favourite amongst photogrpahy enthusiasts and hobbyists.
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