The Bilora Bonita camera was manufactured by the Kurbi & Niggeloh Company of Radevormwald/RHLD, Germany in circa 1951. As the name implies, this twin lens camera was capable of capturing 6 X 6 cm exposures on no. 120 roll film. It was made of metal with imitation leather coverings. It featured a large top mounted direct view finder providing the full image, with a collapsible hood. It was fitted with a f9 coated lens and a time and instantaneous shutter with three aperture settings.
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