Aubertin

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Aubertin was a camera maker in France around the turn of the 20th century.


Cameras

  • Lithloscope; a stereo photo-jumelle camera for 6x13 cm[1] or 4.5x10.7 cm plates,[2] made for sale by Photo-Hall. The camera is wooden-bodied, and is identified by the name engraved on the metal front plate. It is a fairly typical simple camera of its type, with a folding viewfinder on the top, and a multi-speed guillotine shutter. It has no focusing. The lens-board is fixed, not allowing front rise as on some models, nor exchange for a board with a single lens for panoramic photographs.


Notes

  1. 6x13 cm Lithloscope at Collection Appareils.
  2. 4.5x10.7 cm Lithloscope at Gérard Langlois' Constructeurs Francais d'Appareils Photo.
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