The Hicro Fixed Focus Camera was sold by the Hess-Ives corporation in circa 1916. The camera was manufactured by the Hawkeye Division of Eastman Kodak. It was constructed of wood and covered in leather. This three color separation camera was capable of capturing multiple 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 inch exposures on a Tripack film pack. It was fitted with a fixed focus f16 meniscus lens and a simple shutter.
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