The Inos camera was manufactured by the Voigtlander AG company from approximately 1931 to 1932. It was designed to be a a snap shot camera at a minimum price with the ability to obtain twelve vest pocket pictures out of regular 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inch film ( 6 x 9 cm) or six full size pictures. This was accomplished with a metal mask instantly inserted into the back of the camera. The camera was made with two film reading windows and a special finder which is masked off to properly get the right field. The camera was fitted with a high grade of either a Skopar or Heliar Anastigmat lens f4.5 with focal length of 10.5cm, and a Compur shutter B providing speeds up to 1/250 of a second. The shutter was also available with an optional self time. Priced from $28.50 to 39 based on lens / shutter selection.
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