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|French companies ( )|
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The Company Edit
At the end of the WWII, Roger Vergne installed at the 44 Avenue des Champs Elysées in the small city of Le Perreux-sur-Marne (France), a factory producing photographic cameras. The quantity of cameras produced in this factory was very limited but all were of a great quality.
Cameras produced Edit
- Atlas 6x6 ROYAL with simple meniscus
- Atlas 6x6 with lens Trylor Roussel 1:4,5 f=75 and shutter ATOS-1
- Atlas 6x6 with lens Stylor Roussel 1:3,5 f=75 and shutter ATOS-2
- Atlas 6x9
- Atlas 6x9 AUTOMATIC
- Press 6x6
- Comet 6x6