Posted 6 years ago
The Spartus Full-Vue was a pseudo TLR camera that came in a number of variations, from 1948-1960. The camera had a number of faceplate designs and plastic mouldings over the course of production. It takes 6x6 exposures on 620 or 120 film, as the inside states you can use both. It has both a fixed lens and aperture and shutter settings are time and instant.
This camera was also labeled under "The Spencer Company" or "Galter Products" as the manufacturer names, which came from a list of other manufacturer names all under the same address.