Edixa

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Edixa is a brand of camera manufacturer Wirgin Kamerawerk which was based in Wiesbaden, West Germany. The product line included several 35mm cameras and 16mm Edixa 16 subminiature cameras designed by Heinz Waaske from the 1950s to the 1970s.

35mm cameras[edit]

Front view of an Edixa Reflex-B camera body
Back view of an Edixa Reflex-B
  • Edixa Reflex, with Steinheil Quinon 1.9/55mm, Isco Travegar 2,8/50mm
  • Edixa -MAT REFLEX
  • Edixa REX TTL
  • Universl edixamat cd
  • Edixa Stereo
  • Edixa Electronica
  • Edixa motoric

16mm subminiature cameras[edit]

16mm subminiature camera Edixa 16MB
  • Edixa 16 with Isco Travegar 2,8/25mm lens
  • Edixa 16M with Schneider Kreuznach 2,8/25mm Xenar lens
  • Edixa 16MB black model, of above
  • Edixa 16U
  • Franka 16
  • alka 16

Accessories[edit]

  1. Neck chain
  2. color filters
  3. closeup filter set
  4. Lens hood
  5. AG1 flashgun
  6. Development tank
  7. Projector

References[edit]

  • Jörg Eikmann, Ulrich Vogt: Kameras für Millionen – Heinz Waaske, Konstrukteur. Wittig Fachbuch

External links[edit]