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Éclair company was founded in 1907 by Charles Jourjon in France. The first camera was produced in 1912. In 1968 Éclair was acquired by Harry Saltzman along with another French cine cameras manufacturer Debrie and incorporated into Éclair- Debrie (UK) Ltd. In 1973 Éclair-Debrie went bankrupt and Eclair (UK) continued its operations separately. French side of the business also survived and still alive. A good description of company history can be found at

Eclair cameras: Years of manufacture:
ACL c1970s   PhotoCollection
Cameflex 1956   Photo
Cameflex CM3 c1960   Photo
Camereclair 1928   Photo
Eclair 16 II c1960   Photo
Eclair 16 NPR c1950-1951   Photo
Eclair 16-35 Cameflex Standard c1960   Photo
Gillon c1918   Photo
Reflex c1960s   Photo

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