Piccolo (Murer & Duroni)
|German, French & Italian Cameras using 127 film|
|3×4||rigid|| Bella | Dreivier | Futuro | Gewirette|
Kolibri | Parvola | Pupille | Ranca | Reporter
|folding|| Baby Ikonta | Baldi | Dolly | Goldi | Gucki|
Ingo | Korelle | Makinette | Vollenda
|4x4||Navax | Paxina Electromatic | Rothlar|
|4x6.5|| Billy | Bob | Dolly | Goldi|
Korelle | Panta | Piccolette | Rio
|TLR||see German TLRs|
|3×4||rigid||Fotobaby | Lynx | Super-Boy|
|folding||Derby-Lux | Elax|
|pseudo TLR||Auteuil | Longchamp|
|4×4||rigid||Impera | Marly | Pari-Fex | Rubi-Fex | Top|
|3x4|| Comet | Comet III | Cometa | Euralux|
Ibis | Maxima | Piccolo | Tanit
|4x4||Comet | Euralux | Ibis|
|4x6.5 & other||Alfa | Delta | Relex | Rolet | Rondine|
The Piccolo is a jumelle style camera for small roll film, made by Murer & Duroni of Milan around the trun of the 20th century. More than one type exists. McKeown shows a camera for 4×5 cm pictures on roll film made for Kodak box cameras of the same time, and notes that Kodak themselves made a very similar camera. This has an 'I' and 'B' shutter, selectable aperture stop, and a Newton viewfinder. Another, later example for 3×4 cm photographs on 127 film was sold at Westlicht. This also has selectable aperture stops, in an unpainted metal disc simply attached in front of the lens. The viewfinder is a rather curious Newton finder, with a large glass at the rear, and a small wire frame at the front.
- ↑ McKeown, James M. and Joan C. McKeown's Price Guide to Antique and Classic Cameras, 12th Edition, 2005-2006. USA, Centennial Photo Service, 2004. ISBN 0-931838-40-1 (hardcover). ISBN 0-931838-41-X (softcover). p704.
- ↑ Piccolo sold at the May 2007 Westlicht Photographica Auction in Vienna.