In 1949 Lucien Dodin designed the Cyclope camera. Manufactured by Alsaphot, it appeared on the market in 1951. 6x9 format, rigid body camera. Although it is thin, its focal length is 105 mm. This is due to the fact that the light travels in the chamber after being reflected by two 90 ° mirrors.
The lens / shutter unit is placed in front on the top of the camera, lending it this unusual appearance. Saphir Boyer 1: 4.5 F = 105 mm lens, mounted on a Prontor II shutter. Camera in good condition, in its original "Alsaphot" case. No fungus, no haze, no separation, no scratches. The Antiq-Photo gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday from 11 a. Collections of 19th century photographs and photographic processes, rare cameras, primitive cinematographic devices, scientific, technical, acoustic, optical, electrical or astronomical devices or toys. We offer you an opinion, a council, an expertise of your objects or your collections. We invite you to visit us at 16 rue de Vaugirard in Paris in the 6th arrondissement, between the Luxembourg Gardens and Saint Germain des Prés. We are there from Tuesday to Saturday, from 11 a.
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