It comes with a red, yellow and orange filters. bellows and shutter are still good - a very nice piece of photographic history. There is some deposits on the metal areas. Needs some cleaning.
Flash Bantam is a small metal bellows camera builds from 1947 to 1953.
The lens is one 48 mm aperture 4.5. Speeds go from 1/25 to 1/200. The setting of the distance is done while turning the lens. The shutter release is on the body (on the left). The button of right side allows the extraction of the bellows.
It is the evolution of the model F 4.5. The body is a little rounder.
The picture number window is orange. It was the manual.
Condition: Good, Vintage, some deposits on metal areas, some chips an RB scratching into the back.