The Rolls Candid camera was marketed by the Rolls Camera Manufacturing Company in circa 1940s. The camera was constructed of black plastic Bakelite with a metal face plate and a built-in eye-level view finder . It featured a fixed focus Rollax 50mm lens. This lens selection was unique because most of the Chicago Group of cameras featured the Graf lens. The shutter provided snap shot and time exposures. This camera was capable of producing sixteen photos 3 x 4 cm in size on no. 127 or A8 roll film.
Similar to the Beauta,
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