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 One of the earliest still cameras to use 16mm film dating from the early 1920s. Rectangular metal camera with a leather covering. The shutter release is beneath a flexible rubber covering. It has a 20mm Krauss Zeiss Tessar lens and a folding frame finder. Film advance and shutter tension are controlled by an extensive rod.



Go to the 16mm Collection index Last updated 16th January 2005