Adox was a German company, also called Dr C. Schleussner Fotowerke GmbH, whose main activity was photo chemistry, film and B&W paper sold under the Adox brand name. They produced some camera models from the 1930s to the early 1960s, the most advanced being the Adox 300 with interchangeable film magazines. In 1938 Adox took over the camera factory of Wirgin when the Wirgin brothers had to leave Germany to escape from persecution by the German regime of that time. After WWII Henry Wirgin bought it back. The Schleussner company was taken over by Dupont, and in 1972 some of the film making machines were sold to the Yugoslavian company Fotokemika along with the rights to continue manufacture of Adox films under license using the original formulae. When the license agreement expired in the early 90's so did the rights to use the Adox brand name and the films were sold under the efke brand name. More recently the German distributor Fotoimpex in Berlin registered the lapsed Adox brand name and now uses it for a variety of products from a different manufacturers, including films and papersefke.

35mm film[edit | edit source]

120 film[edit | edit source]

6x6 folding[edit | edit source]

  • Golf I
  • Golf II
  • Golf IV
  • Mess-Golf I
  • Mess-Golf II
  • Mess-Golf IV
  • Golf 63
  • Golf 63 S
  • Golf 45 S

6x6 / 6x4.5 folding[edit | edit source]

6x9 folding[edit | edit source]

6x6 box[edit | edit source]

127 film[edit | edit source]

Special film[edit | edit source]

  • Juka 3x4 on Juka film

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