Front panel decorated with glossy black enamel between raised chrome strips.
|Camera Type:||Folding Camera|
|Lens Mount Type:||Other|
|Condition:||Very good with only slight signs of use|
The Billy-Clack No. 74 is a strut-folding camera made by Agfa from about 1934 to 1940.
The front panel is decorated with glossy black enamel between raised chrome strips.
The Billy-Clack No. 74 takes 6×9 cm pictures on 120 film. It has an f/11 Bilinar achromat lens, with aperture settings for f/16 and f/22, again by switching between fixed-size apertures. It has an 'I' and 'B' shutter and brilliant finders for both orientations. It also has a folding frame finder on the camera body.
|Member since:||June 5, 2017|
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|Rest of Europe||$23.67|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Ganshoren (Brussel), Belgium.
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