Coronet Camera Company
The Coronet Camera Company was a British company most noted for its box cameras manufactured in the 1950s. The company was established in 1926 at 48 Great Hampton Street, Aston, Birmingham by Mr. Frederick Pettifer.
- The Coronet Ambassador - a box camera taking 6x9cm format pictures on 120 film.
- The Coronet Flashmaster - a conventional 120 film camera with flash synchronization, taking 6x6cm format pictures.
- The Coronet Cadet - a similar camera to the Flashmaster, without flash synchronization.
- The Coronet Clipper - a folding camera.
- The Coronet Rapide - a folding camera.
- The Coronet Rex - a folding camera.
- The Coronet Twelve-20 - a box camera taking 6x6 cm format pictures on 120 film and 620 film. There were two models, the basic and the Colour Filter Model - which had a green filter. Two aperture settings, f/16 and f/22; focus from 7' 0" to ∞ at f/22, or 8’ 6″ to ∞ at f/16; two shutter speeds, either around 1/25 s – 1/50 s, or bulb.
In the main, Coronet produced budget cameras. They remain common and can be cheaply obtained on the second hand market.
- "Coronet Rapide". lomography.co. Retrieved 13 March 2013.
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