The Berry is a budget-priced folding tailboard camera made by Ernemann in the early years of the twentieth century. It was made in 9x12 cm, 13x18 cm and 18x24 cm sizes. It is made from walnut wood, and has a double-extension bellows of leatherette, with leather corners. The lens is Ernemann's own Detectiv-Aplanat, a Rapid Rectilinear type, mounted in a Bob shutter. It has front rise and shift.
- Catalogue Ernemann Cameras sind die Besten; Anleitung; Liste No. 91, p51. The catalogue is undated, but describes the Bob III (1904-10) as new; at Ciné-Ressources.