The Virtus Camera was manufactured by Voigtlander & Sohns in circa 1933. Designed as a vest pocket camera with a large picture size. It was a self erecting camera advertised as being the only VP camera in the world with automatic compensation for parallax. It accepted regular 3 1/4 x 2 1/4 inch roll film for sixteen exposures. The Virtus was fitted with Voigtlander Skopar Anastigmat F4.5 lens which could be mounted in a Embezet (1/100 of a second) or Compur shutter (1/250 of a second). It was also availabl with a Heliar Anstigmat f3.5 lens in a Compur shutter. The camera was constructed of aluminum alloy and covered in neat black leather, with the metal parts black enameled or nickel plated.
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