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The '''Envoy Wide Angle''' was a [[box camera]], with a flip-up [[sports finder]], designed for wide-angle photographs. Fitted with a [[Taylor-Hobson]] 64mm f6.5 [[fixed-focus]] lens, it took 6x9 images on [[120 film]], or could have a plate holder fitted. The shutter was either a [[Prontor]] with speeds from 1/10-1/150s, an Epsilon 1s-1/250s or, later, a [[Compur|Synchro-Compur-P]] running from 1s-1/500s.  It was marketed  by, but not badged as, [[Ilford]], and manufactured by Photo Developments Ltd of Birmingham, England.
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The '''Envoy Wide Angle''' is a [[box camera]] with a flip-up [[sports finder]], designed for wide-angle photographs. Fitted with a [[Taylor-Hobson]] 64mm f6.5 [[fixed-focus]] lens, it takes 6x9 images on [[120 film]], or can have a plate holder fitted. The shutter is either a [[Prontor]] with speeds from 1/10-1/150s, an Epsilon 1s-1/250s or, later, a [[Compur|Synchro-Compur-P]] running from 1s-1/500s.  It was marketed  by, but not badged as, [[Ilford]], and manufactured by Photo Developments Ltd of Birmingham, England.
  
 
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The Envoy Wide Angle is a box camera with a flip-up sports finder, designed for wide-angle photographs. Fitted with a Taylor-Hobson 64mm f6.5 fixed-focus lens, it takes 6x9 images on 120 film, or can have a plate holder fitted. The shutter is either a Prontor with speeds from 1/10-1/150s, an Epsilon 1s-1/250s or, later, a Synchro-Compur-P running from 1s-1/500s. It was marketed by, but not badged as, Ilford, and manufactured by Photo Developments Ltd of Birmingham, England.

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