|K o d a k D u e x |
A snapshot camera with an unusual extensible lens, so called for its 'half-frame' use of 620 film to give 16 exposures on a roll. A mechanical stop prevents the shutter from being depressed until the lens is unscrewed to the taking position.
|name||: Kodak Duex|
|produced between ||: 1940 - 1942|
|lens ||: Periscopic Doublet|
|film type ||: 620|
|picture size ||: 6 x 4.5 cm|
|original list price (USD)||: 5.75|