Kershaw 110 Folding Camera

The Kershaw 110 is a basic folding camera made by G B Kershaw of Leeds in England. The camera was one of the last cameras made by Kershaw before their manufacturing facilities were switched by their parent company (Rank Organization) into other products. The Kershaw 110 was introduced in 1954. The look of the camera resembles the Agfa Isolette series. It takes up to 12 6 x 6cm images on a roll of 120 film. The Kersahw 110 has a simple shutter, I (Instant approx. 1/40 sec.) & B (Bulb open shutter) with a flash sync. The lens is fixed focus with a choice of two apertures, f/11 & f/16.

Kershaw 110 Information Sheet




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Kershaw 110 Photos Compared to Agfa Isolette II


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Canon A650 is

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Kershaw 110 - Kodak TriX 400

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Agfa Isolette II - Kodak TriX 400

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Kershaw 110 - Kodak TriX 400

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Agfa Isolette II - Kodak TriX 400

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Kershaw 110 - Kodak TriX 400

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Agfa Isolette II - Kodak TriX 400