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Frena No. 6 Camera by R. J. Beck

The Frena No. 6 Camera was manufactured by the R. J. Beck Company beginning in 1900. The No. 6 was adaptable to both plates and cut films. The changing system is that of the Frena, but the film magazine is now made detachable from the camera making the camera a very compact hand camera for dark slides.

Fitted with an adjustable focus "Autograph" Rapid Rectilinear lens, where the lens is focused on objects 20 feet away with magnifiers on the rotating diaphragms that will adjust focus to within nine inches. The shutter provided speeds from 1/5 to 1/80 of a second, including time exposures. This camera featured a indicator showing number of films used, swing back, two brilliant stationary finders for horizontal and vertical pictures, and two tripod sockets. Price complete with 40 films 8s 6d.

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