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Ferrania Cameras

Here are the Art Deco Ferrania cameras in my collection with date of introduction and film type.

I use a star system to rate cameras against their Art Deco credentials.

RatingArt Deco Credentials
star star star star starIconic: Famous, well-known and celebrated
star star star starSignificant: Pronounced and self evident
star star starNoteworthy: Worth giving special attention
star starAcceptable: Modest and restricted
starLimited: Minor and insubstantial


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Ibis 44


The Italian company Ferrania was founded in 1923. It was mainly known as a producer of film, but they also produced some cameras as well. They were involved in areas related to photography, such as printing.

The company had ties with other companies such as Dacora and Galileo . Some Ferrania cameras were made by Dacora in Germany. Ferrania Condor cameras was made by Galileo and distributed by Ferrania and Galileo.

The company was purchased by the 3M company in 1964.