Bencini Koroll 24s

A cheap aluminium-bodied camera made in Italy in the 1950s, the Bencini Koroll 24s takes 30x45mm pictures on 120 rollfilm. I got a model in excellent condition, complete with leather case. These cameras were sold cheaply in Boots the Chemist throughout the 1950s, and have two apertures, f16 and f9 and a single shutter speed of 1/50s. The lens quality isn't particularly good and the camera belongs strictly in the 'toy' category.

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