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K o d a k   J u n i o r   6 2 0
Kodak Junior 620

Produced by Kodak AG at Dr. Nagel-Werk, Stuttgart, the camera shown on the right is an early version, fitted with a film wind knob, rather than the folding key of later models, a two-speed Kodak shutter and a waist-level brilliant viewfinder. The camera on the left is a later model, with a different strut mechanism, frame eye-level and brilliant waist-level viewfinders, a body release for the four-speed shutter and a sliding cover for the red window on the back. The rear-cover latch was also redesigned. Both of the cameras above have a f/7.7 10.5cm lens, but the "de-luxe" version of the later model, shown below, has an f/4.5 lens in it's four-speed shutter. This variation also features an optical eye-level viewfinder and rather stylish chrome-plated panels. An unusual feature of all of these cameras are the tripod sockets, which are of a larger thread than the 'standard' ¼".
name: Kodak Junior 620
produced between : 1933 - 1939
lens : Kodak Anastigmat
shutter : Various
film type : 620
picture size : 6 x 9 cm
quantity made : 581,000
categories: folding, 620
Kodak Junior 620
Kodak Junior 620


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