Royer

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Royer was a camera manufacturer, officially called Société Industrielle de Technique Optique (SITO), founded by René Royer in Fontenay-sous-Bois in France. The official name does not appear on cameras, which are marked "Royer" instead.

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Folding

  • Royer 6 x 9
  • Royer A
  • Royer B
  • Royer I
  • Royer II
  • Royer III
  • Royer IIIR
  • Royer IIIRS
  • Royer IIIS
  • Royer IIR
  • Royer IIRS
  • Royer IIS
  • Royer IV
  • Teleroy

SLR

  • Savoyflex Automatic
  • Savoyflex I
  • Savoyflex II
  • Savoyflex IIE
  • Savoyflex IIIE

TLR

  • Royflex
  • Royflex 10
  • Royflex 20
  • Royflex 22
  • Royflex I bis
  • Royflex II
  • Royflex III
  • Royflex Standard


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