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closing a door

Last summer one chapter of camera history closed. The Noblex factory in Dresden stopped the maintenance of their panoramic camera. Professor Kunze showed me on his last day of work how it's done and then he closed the door. I was his last customer!

wil6ka This photo was shot on film. Taken by wil6ka with a Lomo LC-Wide (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Maco Up 400 film in Dresden, Germany. These tags describe this photo: trip, summer, lomo, kunze, reinhardt, noblex, camera, history, dresden, black, and wide. Date: 2012-08. This photo can also be found in the album closing a door.


  1. adi_totp


    this noblex is a 35mm panoramic camera right Willie? or 120?

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  2. wil6ka


    @adi_totp they had both. They started, I think, in 1992 with 120mm and in 1996 with 35 mm, which they continued doing until 2002. Since then they only maintained and did other optical instruments. I would say, their product was too good to be economical. it's kind of a shame, but I am happy, that they exsisted at all...

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  3. adi_totp


    @wil6ka oh thanks for the info, looking forward to see your result with the Noblex camera :D

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