The name Condor appears in the following camera and company names:
- the Ferrania Condor is a series of Italian 35mm viewfinder and rangefinder cameras made by Ferrania and Galileo in the 1950s;
- the Condor folders are Japanese 4.5×6 and 6×6 folders made from 1939 to about 1942 by Motodori or Nissan Kōgaku, which sometimes used the dummy name "Condor Camera Works";
- the Condor (35mm) is a series of Japanese 35mm rangefinder cameras, externally copying the Nikon S2, made from 1957 to about 1959 by the company Condor Camera, descending from Nissan Kōgaku;
- the Rietzschel Condor Luxus is a German 9×12 cm folding plate camera from the 1920s.