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A pocket watch? Nope, it's a camera!
Removing the "watch winding stem" will free the lens to make a picture.
The viewfinder is optional.
Can be loaded in daylight but has to be armed with the winding button at his place.
Nice to know:
- The more engravings, the older the camera is. So, this is a pretty "recent" camera.
- When you arm the camera, the watch winding stern has to be at it's place. Otherwise, the film will be exposed.
|Company||EXPO Camera Company, NY|
|Model||EXPO watch camera|
||sub-miniatuur spy camera|
|Negative||25 exposures of 16x22 mm|
|Shutter speed||1/25 sec.