The Una camera was manufactured by James A. Sinclair & Company of London, England beginning with the start of the company in 1904. Designed as either a hand or stand camera with a long leather bellows for telephoto work as well as close ups and accepts a wide range of lens. The camera box was made of mahogany, finely polished on the inside and covered with seal grain leather on the outside. The fittings were made of brass, polished and lacquered. It featured rack and pinion movement for the long bellows, a rising, falling and cross swing front, a revolving back instead of a removable reversible back, focusing scales, a spirit level, ground glass screen, a Sinclair tilting finder, and a tripod bush. the Una sold for approximately £7 18s 6d.
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