In 1960, Kowa inaugurated a series of amateur 35mm SLR cameras, all with a leaf shutter. The last of the series was the Kowa UW190 (1972), equipped with a fixed ultra-wide-angle 19mm lens. In 1968, the company introduced a more ambitious project: the Kowa Six 6×6cm SLR, which would meet some success as the poor man's Hasselblad. It was upgraded in 1974 as the Kowa Super 66, which was Kowa's last camera in the century.
Here's a collection of beautiful photos taken by using Kowa Six camera.
|so tired... :-( by TAT_hase!|
|The last forgotten Tomato.... by manni39|
|kowa012m by Gaetano Calabrese|
|untitled by Justin Ollevier|
|Lwów by pako_che|
|明正 : Bright and Clean by shuji+|
|White #A by F.Suzuki|
|untitled by Beach Rat|
|kowa coffee Varanasi by shakmati|
|█ by Colin_colin_colin_colin_colin_colin_colin_colin|