Tiranty

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Tiranty was a French camera manufacturer based in Paris.

After WWII, Tiranty made a number of cameras licensed from the British firm Coronet.

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Cameras

6×9cm box cameras

  • Tiranty box cameras:
    • Alliance
    • Bobox
    • Coronet
    • Coronet Rex
    • Coronet Toutes Distances
    • Coronet Toutes Distances Lux
    • Coronet Toutes Distances Luxe
    • Box Éclair
    • Éclair Lux
    • Fildia
    • Box Luminor (sold by Manufrance)
    • Photo-Box
    • Le Polo

6×9cm folding cameras

35mm cameras

45×107mm stereo cameras

  • Stéréopocket
  • Vérographe Stéréo

Unknown type

  • Aristograph
  • Foyer-Fixe
  • Gnome
  • Transpar

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