The Film Seneca Style C was manufactured by the Seneca Camera Manufacturing Company in circa 1907. Designed for daylight loading of roll film cartridges taking six or twelve exposures per roll. The Film Seneca Style C took exposures 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches in size. The camera was constructed of wood and covered with an imitation leather with nickel fittings. It was fitted with a Single Achromatic lens having three aperatures and an improved shutter providing time and three instantaneous speeds. The Film Seneca Style C was priced at $5.00 in 1906.
CLICK HERE for a list of Seneca Cameras.
Historic Camera Value and Rating - Estimating Overall Worth (about)
Copyright © 2002 - 2019 Historic Camera