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Newman & Guardia Trellis Camera

The Newman & Guardia Trellis camera was manufactured starting from approximately 1910 into the 1930s. The Trellis was considered a professional camera.

Constructed of a mahogany body, covered in the morocco leather, with a triple extension black leather bellows and highly polished nickel fittings. Capable of taking exposures 3 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches in size on plates held in double dark-slides. Other sizes were special order.

Features included triple extension bellows, rising and tilt front, revolving back, wide-angle rack, folding reflecting finder with a pull-out lens hood, focusing scale from 2 yards. This camera was intended to be fitted with various lens and was able to be built with a Focal plane shutter with speeds 1/8 - 1/800, that could be employed or an external lens/shutter combination was able to mounted on the camera.

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