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The Lumirex is a French camera made by Lumière, both before and after WWII. It is a simple folding roll-film camera made in 6×9cm and 6.5×11cm sizes. It was somewhat better specified than the Lumix which has the same body. The lens of the Lumirex is either a Fidor f/6.3 or Spector f/4.5. The shutter gives speeds 1/10 - 1/125 second, plus 'B' and 'T' (considerably more range than that on the Lumix). Focusing is by turning the front lens element. The 1940 model, shown here, has a shutter release on the body.