Hüttig, Stereolette, Germany, 1908
Hüttig AG was established in Dresden in 1856 by Richard Hüttig. In 1906 it became the largest german camera manufacturer and also the first company in the world to produce a reflex camera, the Zeus Spiegel Kamera.
In 1909 Hüttig merged with three other companies: Kamerawerk Dr. Krügener of Frankfurt, Wünsche AG of Reick (near Dresden) and Carl Zeiss Palmos AG of Jena. The three formed ICA (Internationale Camera Ag).