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camera Enotelf (id.9193) made to order for the national telephone company in 1980 . A copy very difficult to achieve, and finally after years searching is already in the collection of Foticos
This robust camera was created especially for Telefonica ENOSA (Empresa Nacional de Optica SA), which at that time was engaged in manufacture of optical materials and me Canica precision for the Army and educational institutions. So he created among other projectors, equipment for physical and chemical experiments, microscopes, voltmeters and analog electrical, power supplies, etc. This state company was founded by José María Otero Navascués in 1949 and later became part of the INI (Instituto Nacional de Industria), which promoted the development of industry in Spain, and disappeared in 1995 when its functions were assumed by the State Society of Participaciones Industriales (SEPI). Among other companies that were part of the INI are SEAT and ENDESA, for example. Hand Navascués, ENOSA was an attempt to trade relations with the German giant ZEISS , but Fruitful
image of ENOSA factory in 1985 in pniar de Chamartin (Madrid)
in 1985, when everything was analog, the company Telefónica commissioned ENOSA build a team called " Registrar Photo RF-2" for its operararios could make photographic meter reading said. team comprised of a support, a power source, a lighting system and a camera, also known as ENOTELF . to transfer the team was in a briefcase where they were kept up all components
it shows perfectly that ENOSA brooded all the needs of Telefonica when designing this photographic equipment. the camera, sturdy-looking and heavy to avoid breaking against possible falls worn on top a drag lever and the counter 36 exhibitions as well as the rewind crank. it is mounted with an objective of f / 45mm, and both focus, as diagragma and speed are fixed. certainly for use outside as simple as possible for use by the operators of the company Telefónica, whether or not they photography skills. in addition, the body on its front side has two projections for attachment to the lighting equipment given the poor visibility of the location of electric counters.