Unibox camera was assembled by AB Fritz Weist & Co.'s subsidiary Fotomekano in Jakobsbergsgatan, Sweden outside Stockholm from parts made by Skane Attiksfabriken, now Perstorp AB, in the early 1950s. The unusually shaped twin lens camera was made of baklite plastic. It featured a large brilliant waist-level finder, a fixed focus lens and a simple instantaneous time and bulb shutter. It was capable of capturing 6x6cm exposures on 620 roll film. It was a popular camera with an approximate production of 40,000 units.
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