|Photography||supply industry||in Milano, Italia|
|Bencini | Boniforti and Ballerio | Cappelli | Nuova Closter | Ferrania | Filma | Filotecnica Salmoiraghi | GGS | G.P.M. | Industria Scientifica Ottica | Koristka | Lamperti and Garbagnati | Murer & Duroni | Officine Galileo|
Koristka was an Italian optical company, based in Milano. It was founded in the 1880s and the full name was Fratelli Koristka. They made binoculars, microscopes, and some camera lenses.
|The British Kodak Vest Pocket (right camera) was made with Koristka lens|
image by poltag (Image rights)
|Binoculars by the brothers Koristika|
image by Marco Leone (Image rights)
- Victor 55/3.5 - with Leica screw mount - made for the Gamma (Italian Leica copy).
- K. Koristka-Color Berthiot - made for the British version of the Kodak Vest Pocket