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Goerz Pocket Roll Film Tenax Camera

The Goerz Pocket Roll Film Tenax camera was manufactured by the C. P. Goerz Optical Works company in circa 1910. Designed as a precision pocket camera for roll film. A compact folding camera capable of capturing exposures 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inch in size. Constructed of alluminum alloy and covered in black leather. It featured a single extension bellows that locked at infinity when drawn out to a focal length of four inches. A micrometer means of focusing through the use of a milled screw on the front bed provided ease of focus adjustment. This camera was fitted with a Compur shutter capable of speeds from one second to 1/250 of a second. The various lens offered for this camera included the Goerz Dogmar f4.5, Goerz dobule anastigmat Dagor f6.8, Goerz Dogmar f6.3, and a Goerz Tenastigmat f6.3. The Goerz Pocket Roll Film Tenax camera measured 1 1/4 x 3 1/4 x 7 inches when closed and only weighed 1 pound 3 ounces.

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