The Homer No. 1 camera was manufactured by Kambayashi & Company Ltd., Japan in circa 1960. It was a subminiature camera capable of taking 14 x 14mm exposures on 16mm roll film. It was made of grey, black or brown metal and covered in imitation leather. It featured fixed focus meniscus lens with two stops for sunny and cloudy weather and a single speed shutter fixed at 1/50th part per second. A green window frame counter is available on the back.
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