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The Eder camera was manufactured by Eder Prazisionskamera GmbH of Munich, Germany in circa 1933. It was a horizontal twin lens camera made in three sizes, 4.5 x 6 cm, 6 x 6 cm, and a 6 x 9 cm and capable of taking exposures on roll film or plates. It featured rack and pinion focusing, a Tessar or Xenar f4.5 exposure lens mounted in a compur shutter providing speeds up to 1/300th part of a second and a Edar Anastigmat f4.5 viewing lens.
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