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The Bell-14 camera was produced in Japan by an unknown manufacturer in circa 1960. It was a subminiature novelty camera taking exposures on 16mm film. The small camera was made out of thin formed metal with leatherette covering, resembling an ordinary larger SLR camera. It featured a simple fixed focus lens and an instantaneous single speed shutter. It was made in several variations.
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