Ensign Greyhound - Antique and Vintage Cameras

Ensign Greyhound

c. 1930

Houghton-Butcher Manufacturing Co.

London

England

Image of Ensign Greyhound

Lens:
Peri, meniscus, three stops on sector (Small, Medium, Large).

Shutter:
Synchro I, T, B settings.

Construction:
Metal body finished in grey 'ripple enamel'.

Format:
2 " x 3 " exposures on Ensign 2 B roll-film (120).

Focusing:
Bellows. Single extension. Front standard clicks into one of two cut-outs for Near and 9 feet and above.

Attributes:
Brilliant view-finder.
Film advance indicated by red window. Not coupled to shutter.

With:
Case.

The Greyhound was produced for premium sales. It is very similar to the early version of the All-Distance Pocket Ensign No. 1.

References & Notes:
BP 281802/1926 (Spool retainers).

Further Information:
A very good article on the Greyhound by David Purcell is in Photographica World 152.

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