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Gilbert | by John Kratz
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The Gilbert is a uniquely-styled box camera, made in London by R.F. Hunter Ltd. and introduced in 1953. It's made of stainless steel, with an attractive crocodile covering. Features include a focusing lens, two shutter speeds, two apertures, and double-exposure prevention. It's also got a nice, bright viewfinder that rotates 90° for landscape shots. This example is shown with its original yellow filter, which fits over the lens.


Another camera I'm happy to cross off my wish list!

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Taken on October 4, 2008