Bernard Products Co. was a company in Chicago, who used the brand name Faultless. Beginning 1945 they advertised one simple camera, the Faultless Miniature. In 1946 they offered a tripod, pan-head, and a light trap for filmholders under the same Faultless name. The address in these advertisements was 328 W. Ohio Street, Chicago.
- ↑ Advertisement in Popular Photography magazine, November 1946 (Vol. 19, No. 5), pg 146.
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