Geiss

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Geiss America was a company in Chicago that offered accessories for Argus cameras. In the early 1950s they offered lenses under the Sandmar brand for the Argus C3 camera[1]. Later, Geiss offered a modified version of the Argus C4 using their own proprietary lens mount, for which a series of Enna Lithagon lenses were made.


Notes & References

  1. Sandmar interchangeable lenses PDF manual, from the Argus Collectors Group
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