Ilfrod prentice
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The Ilford Prentice was a folding camera made in the UK by Kershaw-Soho for Ilford. It is very similar to later (plunger shutter-release) models of the Kershaw Eight-20 Penguin, except having a slight bulge in the door, and so not needing the "Set pointer here before closing camera" instuction.

The camera took 8 pictures on 120 film with a negative size of 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches, two shutter speeds and two aperture settings, with focusing controlled by a lever on top of the lens

  • Two shutter speeds, one fixed (Instantaneous) and B
  • Two aperture settings - F16 and F11


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