It had a meniscus achromatic lens with the ability to focus from 8, 25 or 100 feet and a shutter called pocket automatic, settings I (instantaneous), T (timed) and B (bulb) settings.
It had two tripod sockets and a reversible reflecting viewfinder to shoot both vertical and horizontal.
The diaphragm (aperture) settings are 1 through 4
The red leather bellows was a special feature to these cameras made between 1904 and 1911, after that they were black.
The body was covered with imitation leather advertised to be "of the finest quality" and nickel plated fittings.