Identify the Mystery Object.

Jeffcs

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Can you post a full photo, or at least one that expands on the original view -- I can't figure it out what's going on.
Here ya go
The slot is where the paper leader would go
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Ta-dam! 🙂

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If board is open, let's see if anybody recognizes this beauty from the pre-digital era.

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BDR-529

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Flip up lens in the viewfinder on a Rolliecord.

Nope but I had to look up what on earth that even is.
Not that old but I was surprised to learn that Rolliecord was manufactured till 1976.

This one was introduced at Photokina 1992
 
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BDR-529

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This was apparently much more difficult than I estimated.

Let's reveal a bit more. You can buy this product in two parts and replace just one if you buy a new camera.
 
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