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Suter Selecta Camera

The Selecta camera was manufactured by E. Suter of Basel, Switzerland in circa 1903. This camera was described as a "solid and stylish camera in moderate price range". The camera case was made of wood, covered with leather. The baseboard and u-shaped front standard was made of aluminum. The bellows were made of leather. The camera featured an rising falling and side swing lens adjustment, bright view finder and a double extension bellows. When the bellows is pulled out the camera is set to infinity focus. Further adjustments can be made with the rack and pinion gearing and a scale. Teh shutter provides instantaneous speeds up to 1/100 of a second. It was fitted with Suter Doppel-Anastigmat Series I f6.8 lens. It came in two sizes, a 9 x 12 cm and a 10 x 15 cm. For plates and Film packs.



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