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The Berry is a budget-priced folding tailboard camera made by Ernemann in the early years of the twentieth century.[1] 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.[1] It has front rise and shift.


  1. 1.0 1.1 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.