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Who Makes Technika?

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Nikolaus Karpf improved and perfected the Linhof's camera to come up with the legendary Technika, a name composed of the German words Technische Kamera. In 1936 Technika production started in two versions 6 x 9 cm and 9 x 12 cm commenced. Technika is a professional camera systems company made in Munich.
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Technical is a brand of different electronic products made by UMC which is a Slovakian company for Tesco Supermarkets.
Technika means technology in some Slavic languages. Technika may refer to: a brand of electronic products from Tesco, or a publishing house of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University.
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