Disambiguation: Graflex means ...

Company[edit | edit source]

When a court had ordered that Kodak had to sell its Folmer & Schwing division no buyers appeared. A new company was founded which was named Folmer Graflex Corporation in 1928. In 1945 it was renamed to Graflex Inc. . From the days of depression of the 1930s to 1957 the company grew from 100 to 760 employees. It made successfully sophisticated SLRs and press cameras as well as TLRs and several 35mm cameras, and some special-purpose cameras, e.g. for air reconnaissance.

Cameras of Graflex and its predecessor Folmer & Schwing[edit | edit source]

35mm film[edit | edit source]

120/220 and 70mm film[edit | edit source]

The frame of a 10A Century Studio camera is Mahogany.

Large format[edit | edit source]

Aircraft[edit | edit source]

The K20, and perhaps others, were designed by Fairchild, and so may also be known as Fairchild K20.

  • Folmer Graflex K20 Aircraft Camera
  • Folmer Graflex K21 Aircraft Camera
  • Folmer Graflex K25 Aircraft Camera

Links[edit | edit source]

photography related industry in Rochester (New York)
American Camera | Bausch & Lomb | Blair | Century | Crown Optical Co. | Elgeet | Folmer & Schwing | Gassner and Marx | Graflex | Gundlach | Ilex | JML | Kodak | Milburn | Monroe | PMC | Ray | Reichenbach, Morey and Will | Rochester Camera and Supply Co. | Rochester Optical Co. | Seneca | Sunart | Walker | Wollensak
and in Rochester (Minnesota)
external links
graflex.org - Rudolf Kingslake's
"Optical industry in Rochester (N.Y.)"
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