CAMERA IMAGE BINOCULAR BINOCULARS Manufacturer: Binoca Co Japan. Production year: 1950. A miniature house made of hard plastic. Lens fixed focus 4.5 / 40mm Bicon. Quality photo image of 10x14 mm is only very moderate. Shutter speed: 1 / 25-1 / 100 sec. The opera glasses are 2.5 x 2.5 eyepieces individual focus of moderate quality. perforated 16mm film was used in special cassettes. The top of the cassette is engraved with the text:"" Listen two clicks per exhibition"" at which time the film has been rolled into the next frame. The Binoca was made in the colors White, Blue, Green, Gray and Red.
< . strong> binocular camera BINOCA (id. 7657)
This little camera produced in Japan in the 1950's , is considered a subminiature camera due to its size this type of cameras (also known. as spy cameras) use movie special formats, usually rolls of 16mm in this case also, given its design, the camera may seem binoculars opera, hence the name. spy camera would also justified
The camera of our collection is color white , but this model was manufactured in different colors: red, blue, green and gray , resulting in precious and colorful objects reminiscent of the Art Deco design in typography such brand
it is curious that this model was manufactured in the early '50s, since then both in Europe and the United States were laying the foundation for product design that we are still around today. as an example of the type of camera they were already producing at that time can take the Contura, of which I spoke in the press 269. Instead design Binoca is the opposite, almost a tribute to the design of the '20s , and is that Japan tried to assimilate the aesthetics that reigned in other countries since the end of World War I with some delay. the peculiar thing is that other details such as colors, which are really vibrant, and the main material (plastic ) we refer to the actual date of manufacture
the Binoca was made of hard plastic, with a fixed focus 4.5 / 40mm Bicon . glasses opera have lenses. individual approach in the camera plate covering the space for the film roll can be read " hear two clicks per exposure" , after which the camera passed to the next