Sport Fex made in France in 1946 and pretty stylish too, it uses 120 film and has 3 shutter speeds with 2 apertures 'normal' and 'intense'
Purma Special has a very clever gravity shutter that changes the speed depending on how the camera is held. hold it horizontally and it gives a medium shutter speed, hold it vertically and it gives a faster shutter speed finally turn the camera up the other way and you achieve a slow shutter speed! Made in England by R.F Hunter in the 1930. it takes 16 square pictures on 127 film.
Agiflash with fixed aperture, shutter speed and lens, has a built in flashgun that takes PF-14 bulbs. It was made in England by Agilux in 1954 and used 127 film.
Rajar No 6 Folding camera
Coronet Vogue 1936 Brown bakelite bodied folding camera. exposures are 3x5cm fixed focus with simple shutter.