In 1937, this company, launches one of very first the 24 x36 French mm. The camera, tiny, uses a film which is specific for him. It will evolve until 1951, year when it will be replaced by Eljy Club. Eljy comes from Lumière, like Lumière brothers. The company was rested by the two pioneers of the cinema. The tube which supports the lens and the shutter is extractable. The finder is Galileo type and assembled on top. The shutter have speeds: 1/10, 1/25, 1/50, 1/100 and 1/125, plus the exposures T and B. Focusing goes from 0,50 m to infinitum, the lens most frequent lens used is a Lypar 50mm f3,5.
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