The Luzo Camera was manufactured by the H. J. Redding & Gyles firm of London England from approximately 1896 to 1899. The camera was advertised as the latest and most improved loading and unloading in daylight. Constructed of highly polished Spanish mahogany, to high standards equal to quality furniture. It was fitted with a rectilinear lens of very good defining quality. The finder was of biconcave form gives an image of remarkable brilliancy. The shutter provides a variation of exposure from time to instantaneous. It took celluloid roll film that provided a count upon film advance.
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