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|French companies ( )|
|Alsaphot | Angénieux | Arca Swiss | As de Trèfle | Atoms | Aubertin | Balcar | Bardin | Bauchet | Baudry | Bellieni | Berthiot | Boumsell | Boyer | Bronzavia | Cord | Cornu | Coronet | Darlot | DeMaria-Lapierre | FAP | Fex | Compagnie Française de Photographie | Gallus | Gaumont | Georges Paris | Girard | Gitzo | Goldstein | Héard & Mallinjod | Hermagis | Idam | Itier | Kafta | Kinax | Krauss | Lumière | Mackenstein | Manufrance | Mazo | MFAP | MIOM | Mollier | Mundus | Olbia | Omega | OPL | Pierrat | Précidès | Richard | Roussel | Royer | SEM | Secam | SIAP | Spirotechnique | Tiranty | Vergne | Zion (France)|
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MFAP (Manufacture Française d'Appareils Photographiques, simply meaning French Camera Maker) is a French camera company that existed from 1938 to 1954 and used the Pontiac brand name. In 1951 the company moved from France to Morocco. Its logo was a lens scheme marked PONTIAC PARIS and later PONTIAC MAROC.
6×9cm folding cameras Edit
3×4cm cameras Edit
24×36mm cameras Edit
70mm film cameras Edit
Two projects were announced using 65mm perforated film, commonly known as 70mm film:
- Versailles (6×6)
- a 6×13 stereo camera
- Vial, Bernard. Histoire des appareils français. Période 1940–1960. Paris: Maeght Éditeur, 1980, re-impressed in 1991. ISBN 2-86941-156-1. Pp.11–26.