Argus Seventy-five boxlike camera manufactured by Argus Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A., circa 1950.
The company sold nearly three million cameras of this model, which was nicknamed 'the brick'. It was a pseudo TLR in that, strictly speaking, it did not function as a twin lens reflex camera. It has a 75mm Lumar, single meniscus element lens, in front of a fixed aperture of f/11. There are two exposure settings: 'Inst' (instant) and 'Time'.

Physical Description

Moulded, black plastic or bakelite boxlike camera with metal lens plate and viewfinder hood. The rear film door is made of painted metal. In has its original brown leather carry case and black shoulder strap.

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