Polished Wood Folding Camera by Möller, Wedel, c. 1890 J.D. Möller (Wedel in Holstein), producer of the world-famous "Cambinox" camera. – Plate size 3 ½ x 4 3/4 in., polished wood, green bellows with dark-red corners, brass lens with rotating stop, with wooden double cassette. Provenance: J.D. Möller museum in Hamburg (until the 1980's) – Not mentioned in any literature.
Small fold-able tripod dolly. To make movies you usually need to move smoothly your camera on a flat surface, like a table or the floor. There are many commercial tripod dollies but you can easily make your own with a few wood boards and three wheels.