Hello, and welcome back to Film Friday. Under scruteny today is the Ross Ensign Ful-Vue box camera!
The camera was made in England between 1946 and 1950. It is a simple square format box camera, with very little in the way of exposure control.
the camera is quite compact, and uses a big, bright viewfinder inorder to compose images. It has two shutter speeds “I” and “B” which means that the camera is designed to work with lower sensitivity films under overcast lighting.