|AFR | Alsaphot | André and Lieutier | Angénieux | Arca Swiss | As de Trèfle | Atoms | Aubertin | Balcar | Bardin | Bauchet | Baudry | Bellieni | Berthiot | Boumsell | Boyer | Bronzavia | Cindo | Cord | Cornu | Coronet | Darlot | Demaria-Lapierre | Derogy | Faller | FAP | Fex | Français | Compagnie Française de Photographie | Gallus | Gaumont | Georges Paris | Girard | Gitzo | Goldstein | Héard & Mallinjod | Hermagis | Idam | Itier | Jousset | Joux | Kafta | Kinax | Kodak Pathé | Krauss | Lumière | Lund | Mackenstein | Manufrance | MAPED | Mazo | MFAP | MIOM | Mollier | Mundus | Olbia | Omega | OPL | Pierrat | Richard | Richard (Jules) | Roussel | Royer | SEM | Secam | SIAP | Soulé | Spirotechnique | Tiranty | Vergne | Zion (France)|
A. Darlot was a French optical company, founded in the 1850s as Jamin-Darlot in Paris. In 1860 it became Darlot. It made camera lenses, marked "Darlot, Opticien" or "Darlot Paris" and the initials "AD" of A. Darlot, the letters crossed as logo.
|Darlot landscape lens|
image by Couch Commando (Image rights)
- Camera with Darlot lens, about 1855, for quarter-plate (wet-plate) photographs, sold at the twelfth Westlicht Photographica Auction, in November 2007.
- Darlot Petzval lens sold at the fifth Westlicht auction, in April 2004.
- Combinable lens set, about 1885: brass lens barrel with rack-and-pinion focusing, with fixed lens elements, and three extra elements that combine with it to make a range of focal lengths; with Waterhouse stops. Sold at the sixth Westlicht auction, in November 2004.
- Darlot combinable lens set, about 1890 with six exchangeable elements, sold at the tenth Westlicht auction, in November 2006.