Imperial Savoy Mark II

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The Savoy Mark II is a box camera for 620 film from Imperial, which may be one of their more "creative" branding exercises. This model is not the same as the Imperial Savoy. It it essentially the Herco Imperial (or Official Girl Scout), but with the labeling on the front nameplate rotated 90°. As the image format is 2¼" square, the different orientation makes no difference, other than to lend the illusion it is a different design of camera.

The Mark II remains a simple fixed focus model with no exposure adjustments.