The Film Seneca Style F camera was manufactured by the Seneca Camera Manufacturing Company in circa 1906. A pocket camera designed for a wide range of work and adapted for day-light film cartridge taking six or twelve exposures. Constructed of fine mahogany wood with black morocco leather with nickel plated metal parts. It was fitted with a Double Rapid Rectilinear lens and the Uno automatic shutter that is always set. It featured a single extension extension bellows, manually adjusted with a reversible and hooded brilliant view finder. Two tripod sockets were included. It was made in three sizes, a 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 inch priced at $14.50, a 3 1/4 x 5 1/2 inch priced at $20.00 and a 4 x 5 inch priced at $18.50.
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