Extremely rare original medical outfit in original wooden case containing two cameras and all its accessories, film, lights, instructions, sales invoice from May 19, 1966. Lenses 10/4mm, exposure is done by flashing built-in lamp. Image size 4.5mm in diameter for 30 exposures on special 6mm roll-film. The camera is in the tip of the probe and is operated by wires to the controls at the other end. This was the first type of endoscopic camera still having no optical fibres system. The camera is described and illustrated in "The History of Photography as seen through the Spira Collection", page 126 , c.1960, no. 208484/208522 -
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