Aerial Camera - Antique and Vintage Cameras

Aerial Camera

c. 1916

Thornton-Pickard Manufacturing Co.

Altrincham

England

Image of Aerial Camera

Shutter:
Focal-plane, single speed.

Construction:
Wood and metal body.

Format:
12, 2" x 1 " exposures on 3" wide roll-film.

Attributes:
Film advance inter-linked to shutter. Single lever-wind sets the shutter and advances the film. The position of the image can be adjusted by 10 mm between spool centres. There is a slot for a cross-hair plate next to the film. Exposure counter. Separate knob to set the shutter without advancing the film. Marked for an 11" lens.

Serial Number:
279 .

The patent covered the connection between the shutter setting and film advance. There are no mounting points on the camera body.

The patent is fully described in the British Journal of Photography of June 1919.

References & Notes:
BP 125615/1916 (T-P MFG. Co., A.G. Pickard, F. Slingsby). BJP 13/6/1919, p. 339.

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