One of the most rare aerial training cameras of WW II is the Williamson G28, Air Ministry (AM emblem, only used during the war). These cameras are build to look like the Lewis Gun, with the purpose to train airmen. This camera is used on airplanes while the more known Thornton Pickard Mk3 "Hyth" was used by soldiers.
Little is known about this camera. So If you have information, please contact me!
|Company||Williamson Manufacturing Co Ltd
||14A/874 training camera build on Lewis Gun WWII model|
||Manual, pull the lever|
|Filmformat||120 roll film
|Negative||4,5 x 6 mm|
|Lens||Dallmeyer Dallon Tele-Anastigmat
In the following video you can see the original gun, mounted on a WWI plane. It was for saving ammo the military descided to make "gun cameras" and train with these.