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The May Fair is a folding camera made by Houghton Butcher in England, c.1930. There was also a box-type May Fair. There are at least two models, with different designs of front plate around the lens. The Super May Fair has a 105mm f6.3 lens with an iris stopping to f32, which is set in a 3-speed (1/100-1/25) + B&T shutter. The May Fair has just two apertures.

Tha May Fair takes 6x9cm images on 120 film. Aiming is done through a brilliant finder or a folding frame finder.