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The Bilora Standard-Box camera was manufactured by the Kurbi & Niggeloh (Bilora) Company of Radevormwald/RHLD, Germany beginning circa 1952. This was the same camera as the regular Bilora Standard-Box camera. A product run was made for a German children's magazine "Stafette" with a variation of having the words "Durch Stafette stets im Bilde" printed on the side of the camera.
This box camera was constructed of metal painted black or with leatherette covering and a art deco metal face plate. It was capable of capturing 6 X 9 cm exposures on no. 120 roll film. It featured a double socket on the top to attach a synchronized shutter. The camera was fitted with a fixed focus lens a simple instantaneous shutter.
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