Lux Box

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The Lux Box was a sheet-metal box camera made by Lumière in France. There were four models.

  • The first model, introduced in c.1933 was cuboid, with two brilliant finders.
  • The later models, introduced c.1950, had an eye-level finder and a sloping top-front edge.

The Lux Box made 6x9cm images on 620 film.