Cindo

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Cindo was a Paris-based manufacturer of Petzval lenses for cinematographic projectors.[1]

Known are following lenses:

  • Aplanatic
  • Marque "Atlanta" Superieur
  • Stop film


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  1. Cindo is not listed in M. Wilkinson and C. Glanfield, A lens collector's vade mecum.
  2. Seen in an on-line auction, December 2013.
  3. Seen in an on-line auction, December 2013.
  4. Seen in an on-line auction, November 2014.
  5. Seen in an on-line auction, February 2014.
  6. Seen in an on-line auction, January 2014.
  7. Seen in an on-line auction, December 2013.
  8. Photographica Collection Dirk HR Spennemann
  9. Photographica Collection Dirk HR Spennemann via Flickr
  10. Seen in an on-line auction, December 2013.
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