Closter

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Photography supply industry in Milano, Italia
Bencini | Boniforti and Ballerio | Cappelli | Nuova Closter | Ferrania | Filma | Filotecnica Salmoiraghi | GGS | G.P.M. | Industria Scientifica Ottica | Koristka | Lamperti and Garbagnati | Murer & Duroni | Officine Galileo

Closter Costruzioni Fotografiche srl was a camera maker based in Rome. The company was started in 1949. Its early products include the rather well-specified Princess series of fixed-lens rangefinders. Later cameras are much simpler. According to an article in Nadir magazine[1] Closter moved to Milan, and was then known as Nuova Closter, but did not stay in business for long after the move; most production was while the company was in Rome.



Cameras

35 mm

127 roll film

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Danilo Cecchi L'Industria Fotografica Italiana (the Italian Photographic Industry), part three, in Italian at Nadir Magazine.

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