Universal Camera Corp. was a film maker and camera maker that created some unique camera designs in New York during the 1930s and 40s. The company was founded in 1932 by Otto W. Githens and Jacob J. Shapiro. Its address was 521 South Avenue, later 23 West Road. It made cine cameras and projectors, still cameras, and binoculars. In 1952 the company became insolvent. Somehow its business was kept alive until 1964.

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  • Repinski, Cynthia A. The UniveX Story. Centennial Photo Service, 1991. ISBN 0931838177.
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