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Wittnauer is an American watch company, based in New York since 1880, and selling Swiss made watches to the American market (see the history at their home page). From 1957 to about 1960, they also sold cameras under the Wittnauer brand, but they did not manufacture any. Most of them were made in Germany by Braun, while the Wittnauer Festival model was made by Bolsey.
List of cameras marketed by Wittnauer Edit
|a Wittnauer Adventurer|
|a Wittnauer Automaton|
|a Wittnauer Festival|
|a Wittnauer Scout|
|Wittnauer name||Original camera/manufacturer|
|Automaton||Braun Paxette Electromatic|
|Captain||Braun Super Colorette IB|
|Cine Twin Zoom 800|
|Continental||Braun Super Colorette II with modifications|
|Professional||Braun Super Colorette IIB|
|Reporter||Braun Gloriette B|
|Wittnette Automatic Electric Eye||United States Camera Automatic Reflex|
|Wittnette Deluxe||United States Camera Reflex III|
- Bolsey, the man behind the camera, by Richard Sanford, home edition
- Cameras at www.collection-appareils.fr