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Photo-Sport Folding Série V
France Version française
Photos by - text by AS. From the collection of -. Last update 2019-11-16 par Michel Rochevalier.

Manufactured or assembled in France from (Before) 1923 to (After) 1924.
Index of rarity in France: Infrequent (among non-specialized garage sales)
Inventory number: 7843

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Chronology of cameras Photo-Sport 

Photo-Sport was a distributor of cameras, accessories, and photographic chemicals. It appears to have been active from 1898 until the beginning of World War II.

Under its own brand name and with specific model names, Photo-Sport resold cameras from various manufacturers. If you compare the number of Photo-Sport models listed in catalogs to the number of cameras found and attributed to this brand, it is possible that not all cameras were labeled as Photo-Sport. Over the years, the proportion of exclusive models in the catalogs significantly decreased. Towards the end, Photo-Sport was primarily a reseller.

Photo-Sport was initially located at 22 Rue Caumartin in Paris, very close to the Opera, then moved to 56 Rue Caumartin before World War I, and finally to 71 Rue Caumartin around 1930, gradually moving closer to Gare Saint-Lazare.
From the catalogs, it is known that the first director, and possibly the founder, was named Georges de Corbin.


Not yet translated into English

Il n'y a aucun doute que le véritable constructeur soit Cabossel et Hude.

Il s'agit d'un modèle de transition, avec un corps en bois et un abattant en métal. Transition aussi pour la possibilité d'utiliser soit le film en bobine, soit les plaques de verre.

Il semble que la possibilité d'utiliser les plaques soit pour permettre la photo en couleurs, le seul procédé disponible étant l'Autochrome, qui n'était pas encore proposé en film souple.

Photo-Sport Folding Série V

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