The Alacrity Camera was manufactured by Jonathan Fallowfield in circa 1900. Advertised as the century surprise, an unapproachable value. Constructed of solid Mahogany, highly polished with a leather bellows. Features a double extension long focus bellows adjusted by rack and pinion gearing. Fitted with a rapid rectilinear lens with iris diaphragm and a roller blind tine and instantaneous shutter. A Thornton-Pickard time and instantaneous shutter was optional. A built-in turntable is part of the camera and a three fold tripod stand accompanies it with the sale of the camera. Made in half-plate, whole plate, 8 x 10 inch and 12 x 10 inch size. Priced from 75/- to 136/-
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