Ansco's No. 3A Folding Buster Brown was a camera to make postcard sized exposures on roll film. It was one of a series of folding bed cameras made by Ansco's camera factory in Binghamton, New York. It was launched 1912 or 1913. The camera has a focusing lever with distance scale and a reflecting type finder on its folding bed. The Actus shutter offers three speeds up to 1/100 sec. plus T and B mode. The chrome plated metal parts plus the black leather(ette?)-covered and black painted parts of camera body and folding bed give it an elegant look.