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Camera industry in Berlin
Agfa | Amigo | Astro Berlin | Bermpohl | Bopp | B+W | Foth | Goerz | Grass & Worff | Jacknau | Gebrüder Lehman | Levy-Roth | Ernst Lorenz | Plasmat | Rudolph | Rothgiesser & Schlossmann | Rüdersdorf | Schulze & Billerbeck | Sida | Stegemann | Romain Talbot

Jacknau GMBH is a maker of various specialist cameras in Berlin. Founded in 1965 as Alex Jacknau Präzisions-Mechanik, the company first made traffic monitoring and recording cameras used for penalty enforcement, at first for Siemens.

The firm has since made microfiche systems for libraries, and thermal-imaging cameras for medical use.

The company also makes technical springs of all shapes with precisely-known characteristics, a component originally needed for their cameras, and featured on their website as their main product.