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Goldstein's Touring was a box camera for type No. 120 film rolls. It had all the typical features of the common 6x9cm rollfilm boxes of this and other makers: Meniscus lens, simple single speed shutter with bulb option, simple aperture setting shifter, yellow filter, one brilliant finder for vertical shots, another for horizontal shots, and a red window. Like the simpler Kodak models it was made of leatherette coated cardboard. Specialties were the separate setting of aperture and filter and the red color of the camera.