The Aiglon subminiature camera was made in France in circa 1934. Aiglon in French translates to "Eaglet" in English. The camera was constructed entirely of metal and nickel plated. It was fitted with a f10 25mm fixed focus cone lens and featured a removable single speed shutter for capturing eight exposures 11x15mm on special roll film. It was made in three variations. Type 1 has short flat shutter lever, type 2 has longer thinner lever and the third type 3 has longer front cone lens, a built-in view finder and larger red window on the back .
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