Cord

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Cord was a short-lived French camera brand, lasting only through three box models, cheaply made of cardboard.

Cameras

  • Cord (1945; simple 6x9 box for 120 film)
  • Cord 47 (1947; switchable 6x9 or 6x4.5, 1/25 shutter, three apertures[1])
  • Super-Cord (1947; adds yellow filter[2])


Links

Notes

  1. 1949 Catalogue page on Sylvain Halgand's
  2. 1948 Catalogue page on Sylvain Halgand's
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