DEVRY DELUXE 16MM MOVIE CAMERA
DeVry Company, Chicago, Illinois 1930
The DeVry DeLuxe 16mm with a 3-lens turret, was a step up from DeVry's Model 47 having a single lens. Introduced in 1930, the camera was constructed of Bakelite and featured a nice complement of lenses.
At a retail price of $250, this represented something probably approaching $5,000 US today. With the Great Depression just underway, sales were very poor and relatively few were probably ever manufactured.