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Franz Kochmann Fabrik photographischer Apparate was founded by Franz Kochmann in 1921 in Dresden, Germany. In 1938, Kochmann left the company, and it was taken over, operating first as Korellewerke KG, and then, after a name change a year later, as Korelle-Werk G.H. Brandtmann & Co. In 1948, the company was taken over by the East German VEB WEFO, which later merged into VEB Welta-Kamerawerke. The last Korelle cameras were manufactured in 1952.

Kochmann cameras: Years of manufacture:
Enolde (4.5x6) 1922-1930  
Enolde (plates) c1928-1930  
Enolde (w/o viewfinder) 1930   Photo
Enolde (w/viewfinder) 1930   Photo
Enolde Reflex c1924   Photo
Fermeda-Geronar c1929  
Fotet 1931   Comments
Korelle 3x4 1931   PhotoCollection
Korelle 4.5x6 1933   PhotoCollection
Korelle 4x6.5 1931   PhotoCollection
Korelle 6x6 1933   PhotoCollection
Korelle 6x9 c1934  
Korelle K (black) 1932   Photo
Korelle K (Elmar f3.5/3.5cm) 1932   Photo
Korelle K (F/4.5, 7.5cm) 1932   Photo
Korelle K (red-brown) 1932   Photo
Korelle P 1932   PhotoCollectionchart
Pelmo-Geronar c1929  
Reflex Korelle 1935-1936   PhotoCollectionchart
Reflex Korelle (Preproduction) 1935   PhotoCollection
Reflex Korelle B 1937-1938   Manual
Reflex Korelle Ia 1937   Manual
Reflex Korelle II 1936-1939   PhotoCollection
Reflex Korelle III 1939   PhotoCollectionManual
Reflex Korelle lla 1937   Manual
Sport-Korelle 66 (prototoype) c1942   Photo
Tiezon c1932  
Tiezonette c1932   Photo

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