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Enna or Enna Werk was a small German optics manufacturer, based in München, active from 1920 to 1992. Enna made lenses for a number of German camera manufacturers and retailers, most notably Alpa, Balda and Porst. The company still exists, but has stopped producing camera lenses. They are now based in Wegscheid, where they manufacture plastic injection moulding equipment.
Dr. Siegfried Schafer was the primary design engineer at Enna Werk and responsible for many of the Enna lens designs.
See their 42mm screw lenses and their Exakta lenses. They also made lenses in 39mm screw mount sold by Corfield for the Periflex, and at least one - the Ennaston 85/1.5 - in the same mount under their own name.
| Ennastigmat 1:6,3 F=13,5cm|
image by Hans Kerensky (Image rights)
Some trademarks used by Enna:
- Ennatar (fitted as a 4.5/50 to some Kodak Retinette models; also, as a 3.5/75, one of the lens options for the KW Pilot Super)
- Lithagon, usually for the wideangles