The simple Spartus Full-Vue plastic pseudo-TLR was made from 1948 to 1960 by American manufacturer Spartus, later Herold Products. This model exposes 2¼” square images on 120 film. It includes a 100mm f/16 meniscus taking lens, and a shutter with 1/60th sec and “T” settings. The lens of its viewfinder is larger in diameter than its taking lens, giving a bright finder image on the hooded matte screen. Spartus used various metal face-plate designs and plastic moldings over the production period. Early examples were made of Bakelite, although later models may have been other plastics.