The Vernak Box Camera was manufactured by the Vernak Film Company in circa 1950. The Vernak Company was located in Taunton, Somerset, England and specialized in roll films. Channing and Dunn indicated that the camera was similar to the the Conway camera with a renamed lens plate.The camera was constructed of cardboard with a metal frame with a decorative metal front plate. It was fitted with a simple fixed focus lens that was capable of capturing 6 x 9 cm exposures on number120 roll film. It featured hinged view finder covers and two brilliant finders for horizontal or vertical photos.
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