This camera, called the Fallowfield hand camera, seems to have been a deluxe version of the Facile combining the best features of the Miall and Facile into a camera that was priced, and with an appearance between, the other two. As the Annual reported: 'The Facile will still be preferred by those who wish to secure first-rate results with the least amount of trouble, while the Fallowfield is introduced for those who prefer an instrument affording scope for greater ingenuity and technical knowledge'.
The Fallowfield held twelve plates 4¼ x 3¼ inch plates or flat films and each changing box held twelve more. The exterior measured 5¾ x 9¼ x 11½ inches and weigh 5lb. It was fitted with a lock and key and was designed to resemble a small dressing case. It was suited for portraiture, architecture, landscape, or snapshot work 'combining with the portability of a hand camera the advantages of the ordinary camera'.