Camera Long Lasting Cologne by Max Deville, Camera Long Lasting is a men’s scent that was created in 1988. It can be worn all day, whether in a formal office setting or for more casual occasions outside of work.
The fragrance has notes of lavender, amber, and citrus, with spicy, woody, and floral main accords. The tin flacon resembles a camera lens, with a steel barrel and a black ring that imitates a focusing ring. Its packaging mimics a vintage aluminum film canister, which has three black bands.
Max Deville is one of the brands of French perfume company Jean Jacques Vivier, which also produces Cindy C., Tom Ross, Giorgio Monti, and 10th Avenue Karl Antony. Paris-based Jean Jacques Vivier was started in 1984 to create and distribute French perfumes to a worldwide audience. The company collaborates with perfumers from Grasse, France to create and design unique scents, which are assembled and manufactured at the company’s factory in Liomer, France.