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The Amber is a folding field camera made by Thornton-Pickard at around the turn of the twentieth century. It is made from mahogany with brass fittings. Notes at Wood and Brass describe it as similar to the Ruby, but simplified, with less and more restricted front movements.[1] It was made in at least quarter- and half-plate sizes; in the half-plate camera the lens board is held between wooden uprights, while the quarter-plate camera has brass ones.[1]