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Lucky Strike Spy Camera

It never did see active duty, but that doesn't make this Lucky Strike Spy Camera any less desirable. Crafted for the U.S. Signal Corps around 1950 and one of only two ever made, it was built to fit inside the wrapper from a pack of Lucky Strikes, and has a f/2.7 17.5mm Sonnar-type lens, set behind a four-speed focal plane shutter. You could take up to 18 exposures per roll of 16mm film, and to get the most out of them, the camera was accompanied by light meter masquerading as an Ohio Safety match box.