Today we speak of a very special Spanish piece , and rare: the camera miniature Titan (id. 9261) , manufactured in the early 40s in Spain of Dictatorship by the company 'little camera Photo Titan', Barcelona, and distributed by Oliver Salleras in Barcelona and Sempere in Madrid, as reported by the expert in Spanish chambers Gerardo Acereda Valdés
is a piece that .. stands out for its robustness and its small size in the protruding front notably the objective, on which is engraved the mark of the camera has design . T-shaped very marked and shoot 8 photos in format 2x3 was marketed in 1945 in various colors: black, red, green, camouflage type (gray and black) and chrome The our collection is the latter.. it comes mounted with a iconométrico visor and a knob drag on top. today it is very hard to find piece.
Although it is a camera on which there is a lot of information, include your marketing campaign, very advanced for its time: advantage announcing the great facility for an unlimited number of reels . ... at the price of 35 of the old pesetas! Almost cheaper than even today's digital photography!
Notice published in the press in the early 40
in registering your patent (number 165375) dated March 28, 1944, it appears as description: " a new camera, characterized in that it is of a smaller size than all known to date , because of its mechanism has been simplified and reduced so that this peculiarity has been achieved."