The Goerz Flach Camera was manufactured by the C. P. Goerz Optical Works company in circa 1906-07. Constructed of metal and covered in black leather. The Flack was a self-erecting hand camera that provided a double extension bellows. Capable of capturing 9 x 12 centimeter exposures on plates. Featured a rising front and folding Newton finder. Fitted with a Dagor f6.8 lens or a Syntor f6.8 lens in a Compound shutter.
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