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|Welta Garant with cable release|
image by Paul Cowan (Image rights)
Welta offered the Garant folding camera beginning circa 1937, for 6×9 cm images on 120 film. A version of the camera was provided with a supplementary mask permitting 6×4.5 cm framing to be used, doubling the number of exposures per roll. The example pictured here has a 10.5cm f/4.5 Meyer Trioplan lens in a Prontor II shutter; examples have also been seen with an f/3.8 Rodenstock Trinar Anastigmat and Compur-Rapid shutter.