The Film Seneca Style D was manufactured by the Seneca Camera Manufacturing Company in circa 1906. A box camera designed that is exceedingly compact. Capable of taking six or twelve exposures on daylight loading roll film cartridges. The camera was constructed of wood and covered with an best seal grain leather and all metal parts are nickel plated. It was fitted with a high grade Single Achromatic lens, an automatic shutter with time and instantaneous movement, with an improved finger release. It featured a patented film chamber. having three aperatures and an improved shutter providing time and three instantaneous speeds. The Film Seneca Style D was made in two sizes, a 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 inch priced at $7.25 and a 4 x 5 inch priced at $7.75.
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