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The Ensign Cupid is a small sheet-metal bodied camera made by British manufacturer Houghton-Butcher under their Ensign brand, c.1923. The viewfinder is a simple folding frame.

Takes 12 pictures of 2 1/4 x 1 1/2 inches on 120 roll film. Has two red windows on the rear to enable double the amount of pictures to be taken on a standard roll film by lining up the first number on the roll in the first window which is marked 'A' then exposing the film and moving the same number to the second window which is marked 'B'.

Uses a Meniscus Lens with a guillotine shutter, the shutter has two settings I and T.

Camera has a front plate with the camera name