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The Vredeborch Felica is a simple camera for 6x6 exposures on 120 film, made by the German firm Vredeborch. It is a modest step upwards from the most basic box camera, with scale focusing by twisting the front ring of the lens; two shutter speeds; aperture settings "sunny" or "cloudy"; and a yellow filter to enhance clouds in black & white photos. The series began with the Felita of 1955 and continued with the Felica Duo and Stafetta Duo, variations that offered a second 6x4.5cm image-format option.


  • Type: viewfinder camera
  • Manufacturer: Vredeborch
  • Year of launch: 1954 or 1955
  • Film: type 120 film rolls
  • Lens: 60mm
  • Shutter: guillotine-type, flash synchronized, with speeds 1/25 sec., 1/50 sec. and B
  • Aperture: f8 or f16
  • Viewfinder: optical, Albada type
  • Format: 6x6 cm negative