Ferrania Ibis 66
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The Ferrania Ibis 66 is a simple camera taking 6×6 pictures on 120 film. It was first produced in 1955. The shutter is of the guillotine type, with just one speed (advertised as 1/50s) and "B". The lens is a Primar 85mm f/8.8, that telescopes into the body when not in use. Once collapsed, it is impossible to fire the shutter. The camera includes built-in flash synchronization. The cast aluminum body has a grey or black painted finish imitating leather. On the back, there is a red window to check frame numbers when winding.