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Folding Pocket Kodak

Slightly different from the camera depicted in Brian Coe's book, this camera does not have the 'dummy' viewfinder windows on the lens panel, but describes itself internally without any model number. An interim model, possibly, before the No.1 Folding Pocket Kodak was introduced. Quoting from the "Kodak Milestones" publication, this model "is considered the ancestor of all modern roll-film cameras ... it was also the first camera with an all-metal case".
name: Folding Pocket Kodak
produced between : 1898 - 1899
lens : Achromat f/11
shutter : Eastman Automatic
film type : 105
picture size : 6 x 9 cm
quantity made : 75,000
original list price (USD): 10.00
categories: folding
Folding Pocket Kodak


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