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The Coronet Fildia is box type camera that takes 120 film and was made in France around 1950.

Like many box cameras from that era this is mostly made of pressed cardboard. Inside the camera is a metal film holder, mounted on a piece of wood to give it a more rigid feeling.

The Fildia has a rotary shutter with one shutterspeed of around 1/30sec and a bulb mode. It features 2 waterhouse stops and a built-in yellow filter that slides in front of the lens by pulling a small metal lever.

A simple single element meniscus Tiranty lens produced 6x9 negatives.