Gnome

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Gnome were a company based in Cardiff, Wales, making darkroom equipment and projectors - and a few cameras. They also seem to have sold a few rebadged cameras from other manufacturers such as the Adox Polo series[1]. Gnome also imported film from Germany, made by Adox[2]

Enlargers

  • Gnome Alpha Deluxe
  • Gnome Rangefinder Alpha II
  • Gnome Rangefinder Sixty-Six II
  • Gnome Universal Alpha
  • Gnome Universal Alpha II

Cameras

sources

  1. Manual available to buy
  2. Report on film from the Competition Commission, page 6
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