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  Sinclair's Traveller Roll-film Camera

The Traveller Roll-film Camera was manufactured by the James A. Sinclair & Co. Ltd, of London England in circa 1910. Designed as a simple to use box camera that did not require opening the camera, setting the shutter or focusing. It was capable of capturing 4 1/4 x 3 1/4 inch exposures on regular Kodak roll film. It was fitted with a 90mm Series III f6.8 Goerz Dagor lens mounted on a Bausch & Lomb Automat. It featured two brilliant finders and two T levels for adjustments. Priced at £10 10 0 for the camera. the hand sewn leahter case was an extra £1 1 0.



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