Burke & James, Inc., Chicago, IL

Date Introduced: – ; Years Manufactured: c. 1931
Construction: back focus probably via rack and pinion with gears internal to baseno swing; reversing by revolving body
Materials: walnut or cherry (deluxe version) body, brass hardware, leatherette bellows with leather edges
Sizes Offered: 5×7 only
Notes: Ingento was the trademark name that B&J used for almost every item of equipment they made.
Photographic Supplies, Burke & James, Inc. (Chicago), Catalog #250, 1931, p. 26 (As The Rexo View Camera)

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