The Lulla camera was manufactured by the Columbia Optical & Camera Company in circa 1901. It was constructed of polished mahogany with nickel fittings. The Lulla was able to capture images 2 x 2 1/2 inches. Photos were described as Lullagrams. Fitted with an everset time and instantaneous shutter, sunk view finder, tripod socket. It was available in two sizes, not for exposure size, but for the plate changing cartridge size of six or twelve plates or films. Originally priced at 5/- and 6/- respectively.
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