The Atlas 6x6 is a box camera for 6x6 cm pictures on 620 film, made in 1949 by Vergne in Le-Perreux-sur-Marne, on the outskirts of Paris. The body of the camera is made from folded sheet steel. According to le Vieil Album, only about 2000 copies of the camera were made. It was available with three different lenses:
- A simple meniscus lens (the Atlas 6x6 'Royal')
- Roussel Trylor 1:4,5 f=75 and ATOS-1 shutter or the Gitzo shutter on the example pictured here ('GITZ∆-PARIS' type A, with pre-tensioning), giving speeds 1/25-1/200 second, plus 'B'
- Roussel Stylor 1:3,5 f=75 and ATOS-2 shutter
There is also a model in which advancing the film cocks the shutter (serving as a double-exposure prevention linkage), named the Atlas 6x6 'Automatic', and an Atlas 6x9 model.