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The Bonita 66 is a pseudo-TLR box camera taking 6x6cm images on 120 film. It was made by Bilora in Germany, c.1951-1958. A variation, with a different fascia, wind-on knob, strap and leatherette was made for American mail-order house Sears under the name Tower 14.
The simple shutter is flash synchronized and has instantaneous and B settings, controlled by a ring around the taking lens, and there is a choice of three apertures, f9, f12 and f16 set by a ring around the viewfinder lens. A small lever on the top, next to the viewfinder, sets the focus.
To load film, the side of the camera is removed.