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  Reflex Carbine Camera

The Reflex Carbine Camera was manufactured by W. Butcher & Sons from approximately 1912 to 1925. Designed as a compact, inexpensive reflex camera that used 120 roll film. Constructed of wood covered with black morocco leatherette. Fitted with an Aldis Uno Anastigmat f7.7 lens and an Instant and time exposures shutter controlled by two different firing buttons.

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