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Expo Easy Load Camera

The Expo Easy Load Camera was labeled with serveral different manufacturers. INitially by the Expo Camera Co. A reference to the Gennert Expo camera corporation of New York in 1926, who reportedly opened a new factory in South Plainfield New Jersey recorded to be making cameras at a rate of 126,000 per month. Later the camera was made by the International Camera Co located at 436 Tompkins Street, Orange, New Jersey.

The Expo Easy-Load box camera was constructed of wood and covered with seal grain imitation leather. It was available in four colors, red, green, brown and black. It was fitted with a fixed focus Meniscus lens and a rotary sector shutter. It accommodated Expo easy-load film No. 7, for producing exposures 1 5/8 x 2 1/2 inches in size. Film loading and convenience was one of its best appeals. The camera measured 3 1/2 x 2 1/4 x 4 5/8 inches.

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