Balda Juwella Folding Camera 1939
The Balda Juwella is a folding camera made by Balda-Werk Max Baldebeg of Dresden Germany, the company was founded in 1908. A 6×9 folding film camera, the Juwella was produced around 1939 and uses 120 roll film. The fixed lens is an anastigmatic 10.5 cm (105 mm) marked as Pronto. It has a maximum aperture of f6.3. It has shutter speeds 1/100, 1/50, 1/25, and the settings T and B. The main viewer is a framing device, a double window to adjust for parallax error. A viewfinder is also mounted to the lens and shutter.The camera is in good condition with the bellows and exterior looking really good, shutter opens with a little fiddling around, no other testing performed, sold as a collectible, as is.The leather side strap has worn away.