We are a manufacturing company with a long tradition. Our production location in Germany guarantees for quality and continuity. Find here a small insight into the history of our company.
Kaiser starts production of photographic accessories (production of lens hoods, enlarging easels and reflector lamps).
First photokina in Cologne. Export business starts.
Due to lack of space the company is relocated to a new production plant at Buchen (Odenwald), its todays’ homebase.
Kaiser introduces the first Copy Stand.
The first self-developed enlarger goes to serial production.
Company gets its name "Kaiser Fototechnik".
Kaiser develops the first electronic auto focus enlarger for non-professionals.
Serial production of the "prolite 5000" light boxes begins.
The copy stand product range is gradually expanded for professional use.
Kaiser takes over the exclusive distribution for Rodenstock filters in Germany.
In cooperation with the Herzog August Library in Wolfenbüttel and Image Engenieering, Kaiser develops the Wolfenbüttler Buchspiegel for carefull reproduction of old books.
Kaiser introduces the motorized RSP 2motion Copy Stand with two-level motor-driven adjustment for professional use.
Kaiser exhibits at photokina for the 60th-time without interruption.
Kaiser starts the exclusive distributor of Tiltall Tripods and Ball Heads.
The first LED Copy Lighting Unit "RB 5070 DX" is introduced.
Kaiser starts a cooperation with Phase One and develops in collaboration the FilmScanning Kit for digitizing film strips, slides and glass plates which is exclusively distributed via the Phase One Cultural Heritage division.
starts the distribution of high quality NanGuang/NANLITE LED lights.
The exclusive distribution of the Japanese noble brand Arstian&Artist, manufacturer of camera straps and camera bags begins.
Kaiser introduces the very slim "slimlite plano" LED light boxes.
Kaiser Fototechnik introduces with the FilmCopy Vario a stable holding device for the exact positioning of slides and negatives of various formats during digitization with a camera mounted to a copy stand or tripod.