|Clix "120" box camera|
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The Clix "120" is a simple box camera from Metropolitan Industries, for 6×9 cm images on (unsurprisingly) 120 film. Above the shutter release is a slider for choosing between f/16 and f/22; and the shutter has the typical Time/Instant selector.
This is apparently just a styling variation on the basic Metropolitan box camera, e.g. the Capitol, Crest, Pal Jr., and Rival "120" models.
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