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The Bilora Bella 35 camera was manufactured by the Kurbi & Niggeloh Company (Bilora) of Radevormwald/RHLD, Germany beginning in 1958. It was very similar to the original model, however it featured a larger view finder, the shutter button was relocated to the top of the camera and it was fitted with an improved Rodenstock Trina F5.6 or F2.8 45mm lens. It was an moderately priced camera, well constructed of metal alloy and covered in leather. This camera was capable of capturing eight exposures on No. 127 roll film. It was fitted with a Achromat f9 or Menisucs F11 - 70mm lens in a collapsible mount, with a two speed shutter, in addition to time.
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