The Bob folding camera was manufactured by Zeiss Ikon in circa 1936 to 1941. It was from a series of folding cameras started by Ernmann in the mid 1910s. The body was constructed of light metal and covered in leatherette. The bellows was self-erecting once opened. It captured 6 x 9 cm roll film on standard no. 120 roll film. It was fitted with a either Nettar Ansftigmat f7.7 or f10.5cm lens and a automat shutter providing speeds of 1/25, 1/75, bulb and time. This camera was designated with zeiss model number 510, 510/2 and it was similar to the Nettar 510/2 camera.
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