Tower One-Twenty Flash
|Tower One-Twenty Flash|
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The Tower One-Twenty Flash is a box camera from the 1950s. It uses readily available 120 film. It takes eight exposures per each roll of film. It has a single shutter speed (plus "time", which is really bulb), a single aperture, and is fixed-focus. It could take an external flash-bulb system, hence its name.