08 Jan Ensign Selfix 820
Ensign Selfix was a long-running range of folding cameras made by Houghton-Butcher and its successors — part of an extensive series of Ensign cameras.
The Selfix range was designed for 6×6 or 6×9cm exposures. Some of the 6×9 versions had an accessory mask and a second red window for 6×4.5cm frames.
Year of Production: 1930s
Place of Production: England
Size: 25 x 15 x 5 cm
It comes with a Ross xpres 105,mm f3.8 Lens