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8 × 12 × 13 cm

This is an example of a typical ubiquitous domestic happy-snap camera ca 1940. The 620 film allows the taking of a dozen photos. The film is wound on manually, and an orange window at the back of the camera shows where to wind the film to. It has two lenses, one fixed, one movable. The fixed lens allows for distance photos (beyond 10 feet), and the addition of the second lens allows for portraiture (5 to 10 feet). The camera may be used in portrait or landscape mode by rotating the body. In both orientations, there is a periscopic view finder for framing the shot. The 620 film is 2.5 inches wide, and has a paper backing to shield it from light. The body is fabric on cardboard construction, with a metal front.