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    Posted 6 years ago

    DerekToye
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    A cardboard box camera made by the Coronet Camera co. in 1935. It had a dual lens setting, where one was for portrait photos with a retractable lens at a distance of 3 feet. The other was for landscape at a distance of 9 feet. The switch belows the lens controlled the two lens options. It had a meniscus lens and two instantaneous shutter settings. This camera came in a number of different colors and also took 120 film.

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