The Rolls Twin 620 camera was marketed by the Rolls Camera Manufacturing Company in circa 1940. It was an inexpensive 35mm camera featuring a retractable front lens assembly. It was constructed of cast metal the the eye-level viwe finder built-in and covered with leatherette. The camera was capable of capturing sixteen 2 1/4 x 1 5/8 inch sized exposures on number 620 or PB-20 roll film. It featured a Rollax fix focus meniscus f16 lens, a single leaf shutter providing instantaneous and bulb exposures. Economically priced at $4.00 for the camera, with an Eveready case $1.00 extra.
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