The Foth Derby was a strut folding viewfinder camera for 127 film rolls, made by Foth from 1931 to 1943. It had a focal plane shutter. The earliest examples took 24×36mm pictures, but the format was soon switched to 3×4cm. Some later variants had a coupled rangefinder.
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|January and February 1936||April 1936|
|Advertisements by Asanuma Shōkai in Asahi Camera, for the Foth Derby and Foth-Flex. (Image rights)|
|July and August 1936||September 1936|
|Advertisements by Nichizui in Asahi Camera. (Image rights)|