|Falcon Model G image by Graustark (Image rights)|
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.
The Model F has an f/3.5 lens, a Deltax shutter. The Model FE adds an extinction meter.
The Model G has an f4.5 lens, an an Aplhax shutter. The Model GE adds an extinction meter.