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Fodor was a Dutch distributor of photographic equipment based in Rotterdam.[1] It was founded in the 1920s; they imported German and Japanese equipment from the 1950s,[1] some of which was rebranded under the Fodor name.

Rebadged cameras

rebadged camera original camera  made by
Fodor[2] Hexi Apparatebau und Kamerafabrik
Fodor Six Wester Atlasix Nishida
Fodorflex and Fodor B[3] Beautyflex models Taiyōdō
Fodorflex[4] Mananflex (unconfirmed)
Fodor Record Unknown model Tougodo (unconfirmed)
Fodor 35[5] Taron 35 Nippon Kōsokki
Fodor C-35 related to Meikai C35C and Meikai EL Tougodo
Fodor Novo Unknown model Unknown maker
Fodor 66[6] Fujita 66 Fujita
Fodor-Box[7] Vrede Box Vredeborch
Fodor-Box Synchrona[8] Vrede-Box Synchrona Vredeborch
Fodor Popular (TLR) unknown unknown


  1. 1.0 1.1 History of Fodor in this page at
  2. McKeown, p.71.
  3. This page at
  4. McKeown, p.297.
  5. McKeown, p.914.
  6. McKeown, p.332.
  7. McKeown, p.976.
  8. McKeown, p.976.


Dutch Companies (edit)
Cambo | Dalsa | Fabr. v. Fot. Prod. Amsterdam | E. Fischel Jr. | Fodor | Nedinsco | Nefotaf | Old Delft | Philips | Tahbes | Vena | E. Welsing


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