As the Falcon Press Flash, this camera was the first camera with built-in flash reflector. It used old-style big Edison base flash bulbs and type 120 film rolls. It had two exposure settings, one for "bright" light and one for "cloudy & flash" situations. It was made by the Utility Manufacturing Company, later Spartus. It was marketed from 1939 to 1950 under several names, including Falcon Press Flash, Galter Press Flash, and Regal Flash Master.
The body was made of Bakelite mouldings. Images were 6x9cm.
| Regal Flash Master|
black bakelite, common faceplate style