The Gevalux camera was manufactured by Gevaert photo-Producten N.V. of Belgium in circa 1960. It is constructed of grey and brown plastic with a metal faceplate. This was the same design as the Ansco cadet II & III. It was fitted with a fixed focus Gevar lens, a snap shot single speed shutter and two apertures, f11 and f16. It featured a detachable flash unit. It took square exposures on no 127 roll film.
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