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The Rajar No. 6 box cameras were a series of very simple cameras made by Rajar, part of the British APEM group of companies, in the 1920s. The cameras made 6x9 images on Rajar's own No.6 6cm wide roll film. The meniscus lens is mounted on the removable film carrier, and so is behind the shutter.

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