Soho - Antique and Vintage Cameras

Soho Changing Box

c. 1908

Marion & Co. Ltd

London

England

Image of Soho Changing Box

Construction:
Leather covered mahogany with brown suede bag.

Format:
12, 4" x 5" plates or 24 cut-films.

Attributes:
Red window to view plate numbers. Tambour shutter to uncover plate, the plate is raised into the bag when the shutter is returned.

With:
12 plate holders. Cardboard box.

Tropical Model

Construction:
Teak, brass fittings, leather bag.

Format:
12, 4" x 5" plates or 24 cut-films.

Attributes:
Red window to view plate numbers. Tambour shutter to uncover plate, the plate is raised into the bag when the shutter is returned.

With:
12 plate holders. Cardboard box.

Tropical Model

Construction:
Teak, brass fittings, suede bag.

Format:
12, 9 x 12 cm plates or 24 cut-films.

Attributes:
Red window to view plate numbers. Tambour shutter to uncover plate, the plate is raised into the bag when the shutter is returned.

With:
12 plate holders.

This is a conventional changing box intended for use with the Soho Reflex. Either plates or cut-films can be used; a knob on the side of the box alters the width of the aperture into the bag.

References & Notes:
Changing Boxes. BJA 1909, p. 177.


Company Details:

Marion

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