The Bobette I camera was manufactured by Zeiss Ikon AG of Dresden in circa 1929. The camera was originally designed by Ernemann. It was a small strut folding pocket camera with a leather bellows for making 22 x 31mm negatives on 35mm paper roll film. It was designated with Zeiss number 549. It was made of metal and covered in leather. It was fitted with either a Ernoplast f4.5 50mm or a Frontor f9 50mm or a Erid f8 40mm, and mounted in a zeiss shutter providing speeds up to 1/100th part of a second, plus bulb. Production only lasted a few years.
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