Auteuil

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The Auteuil is a 3×4 pseudo TLR sold by the French distributor Boumsell in 1947. It is an enhanced version of the Longchamp. It is marked Auteuil under the finder hood. Vial gives two lens/shutter combinations:

  • Boyer Topaz 50/3.5 and Gitzo T-B-25-50-100-300, the same as on the Norca A and Norca B, marked Paris but not Norca (pictured in Vial)
  • FAP 50/3.5 and FAP Rapid-Synchro shutter to 1/500

It was maybe made by FAP or by Monarch; see the Longchamp page. Both cameras wear the name of famous horse racecourses, both in the Bois de Boulognes on the western edge of Paris.

Bibliography

  • Vial, Bernard. Histoire des appareils français. Période 1940–1960. Paris: Maeght Éditeur, 1980, re-impressed in 1991. ISBN 2-86941-156-1.

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