Pocket Poco A
There is also the folding-bed plate camera, the Pocket Poco, by the same maker.
The Pocket Poco A is a strut folding quarter-plate camera made by the Rochester Camera and Supply Co. of Rochester, New York. It was only made in 1903. It is similar to the Pocket Monroe cameras made by Monroe, one of the companies that merged to form the Rochester company, but whereas that was made in three sizes (the quarter-plate Pocket Monroe A being the largest), the Pocket Poco was only made in the quarter plate size. The viewfinder is also different from that of the Monroe cameras.
The camera has a Bausch and Lomb Achromat lens, with two aperture settings, and a pneumatically-operated shutter with 'I', 'T' and 'B' settings. It has red ('Russia leather') bellows. The body is made from cherry wood, covered with leather.