Vintage Camera Collection - Scott Andrew Bird
Coronet Viscount
The Viscount is a fairly simple viewfinder camera made by Coronet around1957 in Birmingham, England. It has a two speed + B shutter, 1/100 and 1/30 with flash sync via a PC socket. The unnamed single-element fixed-focus lens has a choice of two apertures, f8 and f16. The shutter release is a black triangular plastic lever on the side of the lens barrel.

The body is mostly plastic, with pressed steel diamond-patterned top and bottom plates. The back and bottom plate are removable for film loading.
The Viscount uses 828 film, taking 28x40mm images.

Coronet Viscount The Viscount is a fairly simple viewfinder camera made by Coronet around1957 in Birmingham, England. It has a two speed + B shutter, 1/100 and 1/30 with flash sync via a PC socket. The unnamed single-element fixed-focus lens has a choice of two apertures, f8 and f16. The shutter release is a black triangular plastic lever on the side of the lens barrel. The body is mostly plastic, with pressed steel diamond-patterned top and bottom plates. The back and bottom plate are removable for film loading. The Viscount uses 828 film, taking 28x40mm images.

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