Kinax

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Kinax was a French camera maker from the late 1940s to about 1956. It was part of the group Établissements Jousset and continued the group's camera branch. They made mainly 6x9 folders and put their name on a couple of 6×6 TLRs and a stereo camera using 120 film.

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9×12 folding

6×9 folding

  • Kinax Alsace

6×6 TLR

Stereo

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