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Takes sixteen 3x4 images on [[127 film]].
 
Takes sixteen 3x4 images on [[127 film]].
   
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==Falcon viewfinder models:==
The '''Model F''' has an f/3.5 lens, a Deltax shutter.
 
The '''Model FE''' adds an [[light meter|extinction meter]].
 
   
The '''Model G''' has an f4.5 lens, an an Aplhax shutter.
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*[[Falcon Model F|Model F]] has an f/3.5 lens, a Deltax shutter.
The '''Model GE''' adds an extinction meter.
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*Model FE adds an [[light meter|extinction meter]].
 
*Model G has an f4.5 lens, an an Aplhax shutter.
 
*Model GE adds an extinction meter.
   
=== Links ===
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===Links===
 
* [http://www.vintagephoto.tv/falconf.shtml Falcon Model F] on [http://www.vintagephoto.tv/index.shtml Scott's Photographica Collection]
 
* [http://www.vintagephoto.tv/falconf.shtml Falcon Model F] on [http://www.vintagephoto.tv/index.shtml Scott's Photographica Collection]
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* [http://www.collection-appareils.fr/x/html/page_standard.php?id_appareil=737 in www.collection-appareils.fr]
[[Category: F]]
 
[[Category: Bakelite]]
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[[Category:F]]
[[Category: 127 film]]
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[[Category:Bakelite]]
[[Category: Bestiary]]
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[[Category:127 film]]
 
[[Category:Bestiary]]

Latest revision as of 11:03, 28 February 2020

The Falcon camera was made in New York by the Utility Manufacturing Company from c.1938. The body was "Neilite" (similar to Bakelite) - construction and styling follows the lines of the 35mm Argus A and the 127 Detrola Model E and Model H.

Takes sixteen 3x4 images on 127 film.

Falcon viewfinder models:[]

  • Model F has an f/3.5 lens, a Deltax shutter.
  • Model FE adds an extinction meter.
  • Model G has an f4.5 lens, an an Aplhax shutter.
  • Model GE adds an extinction meter.

Links[]