So I saw a plastic bin filled with photography stuff in an Estate Sale, there was a can of Tri-X from 1976, a stack of RC paper from 1975, a few bulk loaders, and ...
It's a monorail view camera, but small, the back is spring -type that can accept either 2x3 inch film holders or the Graflok 6x9 120 film back.
The lens is the Mamiya Sekor 90mm 1:3.5 which I believe is for Mamiya Press cameras.
As you can see, the camera is very well made, all the knobs and stuff are well laid out and very sturdy.
And this logo is everywhere on the camera:
So the question is... whose logo is this?
Does anybody know who made this camera?
One small problem, on the back, in place of a ground glass, it has a milky piece of plastic with which I cannot focus due to its thickness. So I just rip it out, and temporarily replace it with wax paper until I can source a 6x9 ground glass.
This is what it looks like when focusing on a subject using the wax paper:
In short, I think I got myself a working monorail medium format camera. I didn't even know this type of camera existed