I got this camera a while back. I had to have it, because it looks to me as being the cleanest "art deco" looking camera that I have ever seen. It is named PANTA. It is indicated in the back that it is made in Germany. The back has an aluminum exposure table riveted to it. The markings are both in English and German. The lens is a Steiner-Bayreuth Steinar 1:4.5 75mm in a Vario shutter. Speeds of 200, 75, 25 and B. Apertures of 4.5, 5.6, 8, 11 and 22. This shutter combination looks very similar to the one in my Zeiss Nettar. The format is 6x6 and this is achieved by pulling on the lens/shutter to extract the chromed tube. I took a roll with it, and I will post it when I find it. I have never seen anything like it. An internet research was fruitless and I have never heard of this brand name. This camera looks to be from the '50's or later to me, not sooner. The looks are really slick, it is so clean that the designer did not incorporate the loops to attach the strap. The camera is made from aluminum and is quite lightweight. Any indication as to its provenance will be welcome. Thank you. P.S: I made a mistake and posted this on the Alternative Cameras Forum. I included there all the photos of the camera.