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  Invincible Camera by H. Mader

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The Invincible hand camera was manufactured and patented by H. Mader of Insy im Allgau, Germany in circa 1889. A unique plate camera constructed of a chromium plated tin housing with a red leather bellows. The camera captures 13 x 18 cm exposures on glass plates. Side wings swing out and support the baseboard. A center geared rail extends double its size, marked in centimeters. It features slotted options to provide tilt and the front has swing movement provided by a curved slot in the base board. Fitted with a with an "Aplanat Invincible" lens and a built in shutter. Folds to about 3cm thick

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