Imperial Roll-Film - Antique and Vintage Cameras

Imperial Roll-Film

1924

Thornton-Pickard Manufacturing Co. Ltd

Altrincham

England

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Lens:
Meniscus, sliding stops.

Shutter:
Sector, time and instantaneous. Self-tensioning, the circular disc containing the aperture moves in alternate directions to make the exposure.

Construction:
Leather covered wood body, cloth bellows.

Format:
2 ¼" x 3 ¼" exposures on roll film (Apem size 25, Rajar 225).

Focusing:
Fixed.

Attributes:
Frame finder.

This is a large camera for the film size, in principle it is similar to the Dallmeyer strut camera but that, being made of metal, appears less cumbersome and also has a more modern appearance. The camera was not produced for very long.

References & Notes:
BJA 1925, p. 34.

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