The Monobloc camera was sold by V. Liebe of Paris, France from circa 1911 to 1922. This combination camera was able to take both stereo and panoramic exposures on 6 x 13 cm glass plates. The camera was constructed of metal and finished in black enamel paint, polished metal and some leather covering. It was fitted with either a Boyer Sapphir f4.5 or a Tessar f6.3 lens with three diaphragm settings. It featured a built-in magazine and flip-up direct view finder.
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