Beseler

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Charles Beseler Company is an American company founded in 1868 by Charles Beseler, which began to sell photographic products in 1953.[1] It is mainly known for its enlargers but also made a 4×5in press camera around 1960, and imported Tōkyō Kōgaku cameras in the 1950s and 1960s, some of which were sold under the Beseler brand.

The company is still active (2007) and sells enlargers and darkroom accessories.

Contents

Enlargers

23 series
  • 23C
  • 23C-XL
  • 23CII
  • 23CII-XL
  • 23CIII
  • 23CIII-XL

45 series

  • 45AF
  • 45H
  • 45M
  • 45MCRX
  • 45MCX
  • 45MXT
  • 45V
  • 45V-XL
67 series

  • 67C
  • 67CP
  • 67CS
  • 67CS-XL
  • 67CS2-XL
  • 67XL

others

  • 57MVT
  • 810V-XL
  • 810MXT
  • Cadet 35
  • Cadet II
  • CB7
  • Printmaker 35
  • Printmaker 67


Analyzers

  • P22 Analyzer / Timer
  • PM Color Analyzer
  • PM1 Color Analyzer
  • PM1A Color Analyzer
  • PM2 Color Analyzer
  • PM2A Color Analyzer
  • PM2L Color Analyzer
  • PM2M Color Analyzer
  • PM3L Color Analyzer
  • PM4L Color Analyzer

Notes

  1. Official company history.

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