Coronet Fixed Focus All Distance (Foyer Fixe Toutes Distances) is a folding 120 film camera manufactured by Tiranty. It was introduced in 1937 by Coronet thus some cameras were British made.

Coronet was a British camera maker based in Birmingham. After the WW2 they linked with the Tiranty to avoid French import restrictions. Then several Coronet camera models were made in only France, some with Boyer lenses, and some with instruction imprints in French.


  • Self-erecting bellows
  • Meniscus lens (some models have a Boyer fixed focus lens)
  • Fixed focus
  • Shutter speeds Instant and Time


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