Kinora cine camera for 24mm unperforated film or paper; intermittent drive by mutilated rollers. Beck Neosigmar lens F:3" f/3.5 Serial No 150211. Mechanism slides over for critical focusing from rear on frosted screen. Hand turned. Sector shutter. Folding optical finder on top. 50 foot conter. Serial No 243. Film printed and bound as Kinora reels. With instructions. Sold by Bond's Ltd, 138 New Bond Street, London W. This is the second version of the Kinora camera produced for amateur use around 1910/1911.
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- The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
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