Hermagis

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Hermagis is a French company, probably active from the XIXth century to the mid-XXth century.

Lenses

Type names of Hermagis lenses:

Cameras

  • four lens camera, 1860
  • Micromégas (13x18), 1875-
  • Vélocigraphe (9x12 or 13x18), Anastigmat f/9 or Aplanastigmat extra rapide f/6.8, 1890-
  • Wenz Hermagis, 1910, for kite photography (see [1] and [2])
  • Vélo-Jumelle and Vélo-Jumelle Stereo, about 1898
  • Hippographe pliant (strut-folding in various plate sizes), about 1910
  • Hippographe reflex carré (SLR in various plate sizes), about 1910
  • Micromégas (6.5x9 strut folding), 1920s
  • Hermo-Box (6x9 box)

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