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  Cornex Camera, Model D by R. J. Beck

Cornex Camera, Model D was manufactured by R. J. Beck Ltd and introduced in 1903. Model D was the start of the focusing models D, E, F and G. They are focused by means of a revolving handle recessed in the bottom of the camera which adjusts the inner case. Various lens were available for this camera including a Beck symmetrical, Beck douple aplanat, Beck biplanat or a Beck-Steinheil orthoostigmat with increasing prices. The shutter was a Baush & Lomb providing speeds from 1 to 1/100 of a second. Two cornex finders are provided. Pricing ranged from £3 3s to £8 8s.

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