(1955) The original pen-shaped (not pen-sized) camera from France. Fixed-focus 27mm lens. Two aperture settings of f6.3 and f11.0 lens. Depth-of-field is two feet to infinity. Speed of 1/50. Film was advanced with an odd plate that slid in and out of the top of the camera. When pressed into the camera, the viewfinder was blocked. Accessories included a film viewer, slide projector and filter. Same as the Kunik Foto-Fuller.
(1960) It replaced the original model, but it is basically the same as the Stylophot Standard. The aperture setting now reads "COLOR" and "NOIR" instead of f6.3 and f11.0. The B&W film of the time (ISO 25) used the "NOIR" (f11) setting, while color film (ISO 10) used the "COLOR" (f6.3) setting. On some of these a red circle fills the middle of the film advance plate.
same as Stylophot Standard
(1956) Improved version of the Stylophot. Focusing 27mm (f3.5-16.0) lens, from 26 inches to infinity. Single speed of 1/75. A full range of apertures could be set on this model. Accessories included a film viewer, slide projector and filter.
same as Stylophot Luxe
same as Stylophot but with right-angle finder. Also called the Sectret and the Secreto. Very rare.
A pair of Stylophots in a special holder.
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