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The Gevabox 6x6 camera was manufactured by Herman Wolf GmbH of Wuppertal, Germany, but sold and marketed by Gevaert Photo-producten in Belgium from approximately 1950 to 1951. It was constructed of molded bakelite plastic with white trim. The twin-lens design, similar to the Adox 66, featured a built-in molded look-down viewfinder on the top. It was fitted with a fixed focus lens and a simple single speed shutter in addition to bulb. It took 6x6cm exposures on standard no. 120 roll film.
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