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Expo Police Camera

The Expo Police Camera was manufactured by the Expo Camera company of New York, beginning in 1911, and continued until approximately 1930. This miniature camera only measured 2 1/2 x 3 3/8 x 1 inch thick. It was very easily slipped into a pocket. It has a fixed universal focus with achromatic lens and a focal-plane shutter. It takes daylight loading film-holder of twelve exposures 1 x 1 5/8 inches, that is easily installed. An optional police enlarger can enlarge negatives to post card size photos. The camera was originally priced at $5.00. Film was 0.25 cents and the enlarger was priced at $3.00.

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