The Goerz Monufoc-Tenax camera was manufactured by the C. P. Goerz Optical Works company from approximately 1907 to 1926. A few variations were made over the production duration. Constructed of a single piece of hard alluminum alloy and covered in black leather. It featured a double extension bellows with Rack and pinion adjustment and an accurate focsuing scale. Upon drawing out the front an infinity catch provided quick set up. It also contains a reversible finder, spirit level, and the ground glass focusing screen has a collapsible hood. The shutter is the Compur with speeds from one second to 1/250 or an optional smaller Compur shutter was available with speeds from one second to 1/150 of a second. The lens selection was with a Goerz Dogmar f4.5 with 6 inch focus or f6.3 with 5 inch focus, Goerz dobule anastigmat Dagor f6.8 or a Goerz Tenastigmat f6.3.
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