The Multi-Speed Precision Camera was manufactured by the Multi-Speed Shutter Company beginning in 1913. This camera was built entire of steel and aluminum with reinforced corners. The camera featured a double extension bellows allowing for use of either front or rear lens element separately, a direct view finder with level, rising and falling front, and it was adaptable for either plates or film packs. It was fitted with either a Multi-speed Junior shutter working from 1-500 second or the amazing Multi-speed No. 0 shutter providing speeds up to 1/2000 of a second. The shutter was accompanied by a multi-speed Leukar f6.8 or an Omnar f4.5 anastigmat of the hihgest quality. The camera was made in two sizes, a 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 inch which sold for $75 when fitted with the Junior shutter and Leukar lens or $80 when fitted with the Omar lens. It was also made in a 3 /14 x 5 1/2 inch size and sold for $85 when fitted with the Junior shutter and Leukar lens or $90 when fitted with the Omar lens.
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