The Scout 120 Flash box type camera was manufactured by the Pho-tak Corporation in circa 1950. The outer box is constructed of all metal with a decoratively painted faceplate. Made exclusively for the National Supply Service - Boy Scouts of America. It featured an optical viewfinder, safety lock on the back, a carrying handle, a red frame count window on the back cover, and synchronized flash attachment sockets. The camera took eight, 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inch exposures on the standard no. 120, color or black and white roll film. It was fitted with a 110 mm Zellar fixed focus meniscus lens and a Pho-tak time and a 1/50 of a second leaf instantaneous shutter.