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The Colonel is a simple box camera from 1947 by National Instrument Corp., and has a fixed-focus meniscus lens, a plug-in flash unit (using flashbulbs), and originally cost $7.95.[1] It takes 620 film, which is out of production, but readily-available 120 film is easily re-spooled for use in 620 film cameras.


  1. Colonel Camera by National Instrument Corp. at Historic Camera History Librarium