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The de Vry Still Camera Model K-1, or Q.R.S. Kamra is a very early 35mm camera made by the De Vry company in Chicago, possibly in 1928. It is also an early bakelite camera. The brick-like body was made of mottled brown Bakelite, with all the controls on one side. The flat back was removable for film loading
The camera had a clockwork timer, and could shoot 40 24x32mm frames in 20 seconds.
- QRS Kamra in the PowerHouse Museum
- McKeown lists this (p.369 of 1996 edition)
- Early 35mm cameras include the QRS
- QRS 35 on Moshe BAR-EL's Old/Antique Cameras site
- QRS Kamra at Elisabetta & L. David Tomei 
- Kamra on www.collection-appareils.fr by Sylvain Halgand
- DeVry Still camera Instruction manual for DeVry K-1