The Pilot Super is a medium format camera made by KW in Dresden, Germany, from 1939-1941, during the period that the company was owned by Charles Noble. It takes twelve 6x6cm exposures on 120mm and can be converted to take sixteen 4.5x6 frames with an extra mask. The body is roughly cubic, with a huge bulge on top rear edge accommodating the film take-up spool. There is a folding hood on top with a built in sports finder and a loupe. The film advance knob, shutter speed controller and shutter release are all on the right hand side. The shutter is a guillotine mechanism, very similar to that in the Exa. It has four shutter speeds, 1/20-1/200, + B. You manually cock by winding the speed control knob, camera is equipped with a basic double exposure prevention interlock and a button to override it (above the shutter speed control). It also has a socket for a cable release but there is no delay action - sorry no easy selfies.