Soho Pilot

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The Soho Pilot was a 120 film folding camera made in England by Soho Ltd., c.1933. The body and lens panel were made of Bakelite and decorated with art-deco patterning. To open the camera, a catch is release and the folding bed is lowered, and the lens standard pulled forward to latch on a spring at the front of the bed.

  • Shutter: single speed + T
  • Lens: fixed aperture, fixed focus
  • Film: 120, eight 6x9cm frames