Luzo - Antique and Vintage Cameras

Luzo

H.J. Redding & Gyles

London

England

Image of Luzo

Lens:
f8, rapid rectilinear, iris diaphragm to f44.

Shutter:
B&L Unicum, speeds 1 - 1/100, B, T.

Construction:
Polished mahogany body, brass fittings, black leather bellows. Dovetail joints on body.

Format:
3 " x 4 " plates held in double dark-slides.

Focusing:
Bellows, scale to 5 feet. Single extension.

Attributes:
Brilliant view-finder. Reversing back. Limited drop-bed.

Movements:
Rising front.

With:
Hooded focusing screen.

The name Luzo is generally associated with a roll-film box camera but it was also used as a Trade Mark by Redding. As well as this design of a folding camera for plates, a roll-film model also exists.


Company Details:

Redding, H.J.

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