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HistoryEdit

The company 'Orionwerk' Hannover (Gemany) was founded in 1893 as Glunz & Bülter. In 1903 it changed its name to Bülter & Stammer, probably because the company founder Bülter changed his partner. Later cameras of a maker Glunz from Hannover are known. In 1921 Bülter & Stammer became Orionwerke, and finally the Orionwerk A.G. stock market company. It produced a range of cameras until about 1933 when the company went into liquidation.[1]

ModelsEdit

  • Bülter & Stammer 13x18 Zweiverschluss-Kamera (two-shutter camera)
  • Orion Box
  • Orion Box
  • Orion Daphne
  • Orion Dorrit
  • Orion Simplicite
  • Orion Tropen
  • Orion-Klapp-Reflex
  • Photo-Recorder 1578
  • Rio[2]
    • 2C Tropen Version for the tropics with exposed teak, brass and brown bellows[3]
    • 5C Tropen. Version for the tropics with exposed teak, brass and brown bellows[4]
    • 8 B
    • 8 C
    • 10 B
    • 10 C
    • 11 B
    • 12 C
    • 14 C
    • 15 B
    • 18 B
    • 18C
    • 19 C
    • 20 C
    • 21 C
    • 22 D
    • 23 C
    • 25
    • 25 B
    • 25 C Luxus
    • 25 D
    • 26 B
    • 26 C
    • 26 C Luxus
    • 28 C
    • 44 C
    • 73 B
    • 74 B
    • 75 B
    • 79 C
    • 79 D
    • 80 B
    • 81
    • 82 B
    • 83
    • 84
    • 84 A
    • 84 A Luxus. Strut-folding vest pocket camera for 4×6.5cm.
    • 84 C
    • 84 D
    • 84 E
    • 85 C

Notes and ReferencesEdit

  1. Classic Cameras [[1]])
  2. unspecified model: [[2]]
  3. [[3]]
  4. [[4]]

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