Spartus 120 Flash

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The Spartus "120" Flash Camera is a simple molded-plastic box camera from Herold Products Co., successor to Spartus Camera Corp, offered circa 1953. It is designed for 6×6 cm exposures on (unsurprisingly) 120 film, and has dual sockets offering flash sync for the reflector flashbulb unit provided. Examples have been seen named simply Spartus "120" on a plainer metal faceplate (despite having the same flash connection and "Herold Products" name molding inside the film compartment). Other name variants such as Sunbeam "120" are known.

See The Chicago Cluster for more probably-related cameras and "companies"