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The Eclair Lux was a box camera manufactured by Tiranty in France under license from Coronet, beginning in the late 1940s. Despite the flashy design of the front panel, this model for 6×9 cm images on 120 film was rather simple, with a fixed focus lens, no aperture adjustment, and only a Bulb/Instant shutter selector. It is equipped with flash sync posts, however.
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