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The Vesta was a mixture of strut folding camera and folding bed camera. The camera was made between 1909 and 1914 by Adams & Co. in London. It allowed certain lens board movements. The sample in the picture above is for a larger format and has a Taylor-Hobson Cooke Aviar Anastigmat 6inch Series II f/4.5 lens in unknown shutter and a brilliant finder. In 1914 a 4.5x6cm version with leather-covered metal body and Ross/Zeiss Tessar f/4.5 75mm lens and Compound shutter was made. It had a Newton type finder. Film pack adapters were common accessories for these cameras.