The Aviso camera was manufactured by the Ica A.G. camera company of Dresden, Germany in circa 1909. This camera was the same as the Gnom manufactured by the Huttig camera company and later the little nipper by Butcher & Sons. It was an inexpensive camera constructed of sheet metal. Capable of taking six automatically advanced exposures, that were 4.5 x 6 cm size, on glass plates or cut film with a single loading. A detachable brilliant finder provided with the camera was able to be moved to accommodate either vertical or horizontal pictures. It was fitted with a good landscape lens and a simple shutter providing time and instantaneous action. Originally priced at 4 Reichsmark. A camera kit with darkroom accessories was also available.
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