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Suter Folding Universal Camera

The Folding camera was manufactured by E. Suter in circa 1903. It was described as a "Universal camera suitable for all recordings". It was also named in catalogues as a "ZweiverschluB". It was made in a variety of sizes including 9 x12cm, 10 x 15cm and 13 x 18 cm. It could accommodate glass plates or film packs. The camera case was made of wood and covered with leather. The bellows were made of leather. A metal U-shaped standard provided rigid stability and was adjustable in both vertical and horizontal directions. The camera was equipped with a triple extension bellows to accommodate a variety of needs and lenses. It featured a front lens assemble with shutter speeds up to 1/100th of a second. It also featured a rear focal plane shutter providing speeds up to 1 /1000th of a second. A newton view finder was mounted on top.



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