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Gallus was a camera manufacturer based in Paris, active from the 1930s to the early 1950s.

List of cameras produced:

  • Gallus 0 Stereo
  • Gallus 00 / 100 / 110 /120 / 130 / 140 / 150
  • Bakelite I, II and III
  • Cady
  • Cady-Lux
  • Derby
  • Derby-Lux
  • Derlux
  • Derlux Classique
  • Folding Plate
  • Folding Rollfilm 6.5×11
  • Folding Rollfilm 6×9
  • Gallus Klappkamera
  • Gallus Stereo
  • Gallus Stereo-Jumelle

Lenses produced by Gallus were marketed under the name 'Gallix'.

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