The Fotonesa camera was manufactured in Milano, Italy by G.P.M., Giuseppe Pozzoli , in circa 1945. It was a sub-miniature camera made out of black bakelite and metal fixtures with a built-in simple optical viewfinder. The camera produced 20X20mm exposures on roll film. It was fitted with a a Frontal Periscop 31mm f8.8 and an instantaneous, 1/50th of second speed shutter including a time mode. Sold in several colors including brown, green, red and black.
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