No 1 Pocket Kodak Junior

Vintage No. 1A Pocket Kodak Junior 1929 Dark Blue Folding Camera. $39.99. 0 bids. $9.21 shipping. Ending Apr 18 at 7:27PM PDT. 2d 4h. or Buy It Now. Vintage Eastman Kodak Folding No.1 Junior Pocket Camera, Nice No. 1 Pocket Kodak Junior. The No. 1 Pocket Kodak Junior was made from 1929 to 1933 and used 120 rollfilm. As well as black it was offered in three colors: blue, brown and green, all with matching colored bellows. Usually seen with the Kodo shutter and Meniscus lens but other combinations are listed in Coe Vintage No 1 Pocket Kodak Junior Camera. Vintage No 1 Pocket Kodak Junior Camera finished in brown leatherette with matching brown bellows. Manufactured by Eastman Kodak Co. from 1926 to 1932. This camera took six exposures, 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inch size, on no. A 120 film without reloading This is a No. 1 Pocket Kodak Junior. Kodak made them from 1929 to 1933 in three colors: blue, brown and green, all with matching colored bellows. This one is in very good condition overall, but the viewfinder has a piece that is missing so it is loose and doesnt sit completely level like it i No.1 Autographic Kodak Jr. is a medium format film folding bed camera made by Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.Y., USA and produced between 1914-27 with quantity 800.000+ units. This camera is a rare model and offered many lens/shutter combinations. There are Special models of Autographic Jr. cameras with various lenses, shutters and/or improved features or superior finish

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  1. No 1 Pocket Kodak Junior camera finished in blue leatherette, with leather case in matching blue finish. The case is in good condition with green velvet lining, although the canvas strap is absent. The camera is generally in very good condition, though the handle is showing signs of wear. The metal work is a little tarnished
  2. Very Rare Antique Brown Beige Variant 1929 Kodak Junior No. 1A Pocket Folding Leather Bellows Camera and Case 116 Roll Film Made in USA ToyandPropMasters 5 out of 5 stars (775) $ 184.76 FREE shipping Add to Favorites Quick view Stunning Vintage Kodak Eastman Pocket Special No.1A with German Zeiss 12cm f4.5 lens (rare combination).
  3. 1889 - 1895 No. 1 Kodak Camera 1914 - 1914 No. 1 Kodak Junior 1926 - 1932 No. 1 Kodak Series III 1900 - 1901 No. 1 Panoram Kodak 1929 - 1932 No. 1 Pocket Kodak (colors) 1926 - 1931 No. 1 Pocket Kodak, black 1929 - 1932 No. 1 Pocket Kodak Junior (4 colors) 1922 - 1932 No. 1 Pocket Kodak Series II 1926 - 1934 No. 1 Pocket Kodak Special 1917.
  4. Pocket Junior No.1A Model II : 1929-1932 : Pocket Junior No.1A Model II (colored) 1929-1932 : Pocket Junior No.2C : c1929-1932 : Pocket Kodak Box : 1895-1900 : Pocket Model D : 1900-1901 : Pocket No.1 : 1926-1932 : Pocket No.1 (colored) 1926-1932 : Pocket No.1 Model A : 1926-1932 : Pocket No.1 Model A (colored) 1926-1932 : Pocket No.1 Series II.

A video showing how to use the No. 1 & No. 1A Autographic Kodak Junior cameras made between 1914-1927. The two models are identical but take different type o.. Information page about the No. 1 Pocket KODAK Junior Camera - Black. It was produced from 1929 until 1932. The original price was 9. This camera uses 120 format film. | The Kodak Lis DESCRIPTIONVintage Art Deco Kodo No.1 pocket junior Kodak folding bellows camera. Circa 1920 this model pocket Kodak junior camera has a wonderful external green bellows and matching case. A superb early art Deco camera from the Eastman Kodak company which typifies the 1910's/20's modern cameras. As with most cartridge kodaks it can mount either on the side or on the front EASTMAN KODAK NO. 1 JUNIOR POCKET CAMERA 1913 VINTAGE FILM CAMERA NICE. C $127.41. or Best Offer +C $35.11 shipping estimate. from United States. P S p o n s 7 o C G 0 V B r V e d 3 S. Vintage Kodak No 1-A Junior Model A Folding Pocket Camera - USA . C $165.62. Top Rated Seller Top Rated Seller. or Best Offer The No. 1 Autographic Kodak Junior Introduced in 1914, this model is one of the first autographic cameras made by Kodak. It replaced the folding camera No. 1 Kodak Junior. Except for the autographic feature, both cameras are the same. The prefix No. 1 indicates 2¼ × 3¼ inches (6×9 cm) size in 120 film

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Kodak Eastman No1 Pocket Junior - You will not be Disappointed. 10 12 Share Tweet. This gem of an antique camera was given to me on my 21st birthday a couple of months ago by my girlfriend's parents. I was pleasantly surprised that the bellows were in good condition, however there is minor superficial damage to the exterior of the camera Information page about the No. 1A Pocket KODAK Junior Camera - Black and 3 colors. It was produced from 1929 until 1932. The original price was 10. This camera uses 116 format film. | The Kodak Lis

Kodak Primo No. 1: Kodak Nos. 1A and 3 Series III: Kodak Cartridge Premo Cameras No. 2 and 2-A: Kodak Premo No. 12: Kodak Premos Six-Three: Kodak Pocket Junior No. 1 & 1A * Kodak Junior II: Kodak Panoram No. 3A: Kodak Pocket No. 1 and 1A - Series II: Kodak Panorama Models 1 & 4 (bad copy - all I have) Kodak Pocket 1 and 1A: Kodak Panoram No. 1. 1950s Kodak No. 1 Pocket Junior Camera By Eastman Kodak USA. £32.00. Click & Collect. £4.20 postage. Kodak Vintage Autographic Junior camera No 1 Model A with a case - SP53. £30.00. Click & Collect. Free postage. or Best Offer. VINTAGE KODAK JUNIOR II 620 ROLL FOLDING FILM CAMERA c.1954-59 Retired Cameras. EASTMAN KODAK. Eastman Kodak Co., of Rochester, New York, is an American film maker and camera maker. For at least three quarters of the 20th century it played the dominant role in worldwide photography business. Read more about Eastman at Camerapedia. Click on images to view full-size. No. 3A Folding Pocket Kodak Model B-4 This is a No.1 Autographic Special made by the Eastman Kodak company between 1915 and 1920. While Kodak was not known as a maker of high end cameras with top of the line specs, this camera was the exception to that rule. Costing upwards of $50 (over $1300 today), this camera had a state of the art shutter and lens, incorporated many firsts such. Kodak Petite Kodak Premoette Junior No.1 Kodak Regent Kodak Senior Six-20 Kodak Sterling II Kodak Tourist Kodak Tourist II Kodak Vigilant Junior Six-20 Kodak Vigilant Six-16 Kodak Vigilant Six-20 Kodak Vollenda 620 Kodak Vollenda No.48 Nagel Vollenda 70/0 No.1 Autographic Kodak Junior No.1 Kodak Junior No.1 Pocket Kodak No.1 Pocket Kodak Junior

1950s Kodak No. 1 Pocket Junior Camera By Eastman Kodak USA. £29.00. Click & Collect. £4.20 postage. VINTAGE KODAK JUNIOR II 620 ROLL FOLDING FILM CAMERA c.1954-59. £14.00. 0 bids. £3.20 postage. Ending 16 Jul at 4:22PM BST 9d 16h. or Best Offer. Vintage Camera - The Six-20 Kodak Junior, Boxed with Instructions Antique Kodak Kodo No 1 Camera Blue Pocket Junior Untested Parts Repair Display. AU $109.01. AU $25.24 postage. Kodak Vigilant JUNIOR Six-20 camera. KODET LENS. DAK. RARE VINTAGE. AU $65.67. Was: AU $89.97. AU $134.75 postage. or Best Offer. Vintage Kodak Junior Six-16 Series II Folding Bellows Camera w/ f6.3 126mm Lens Did You Check eBay? Fill Your Cart With Color Today The No. 1 Pocket Kodak Junior was manufactured from 1926 to 1932. This camera took six exposures, 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inch size, on no. A 120 film without reloading. It was fitted with a Meniscus Achromatic lens and Kodo shutter providing time and instantaneous exposures. Constructed with a strong aluminum body and covered with a durable material

Original photograph of side of Kodak No. 1 Pocket Kodak Jr., Blue, antique camera (1926, Rochester, New York). 8x10-inch multiple-original giclée print on 3/4-inch plywood. This print is created using archival, pigment-based inks and canvas applied to a piece of 3/4-inch plywood Film Size: 120 . Shutter: Kodo T, I. Lens: Meniscus Achromatic, 4 Apertures. Dates: 1929-1932. Original List Price: $9.00. Condition: 7+ Made in black, blue, brown. No 1A pocket Kodak junior camera. No. 1A Pocket Kodak Junior camera, 1929-1931. N. 5299. self erecting folding camera for 116 rollfilm. Achromatic lens, rotating plate with four apertures 1-4. Kodak No 1 shutter T/I. Brilliant reflecting finder, black body and bellows. Overall (deployed): 206 mm x 95 mm x 160 mm

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  2. Vest Pocket Kodak. 1910's. Use the sheet below. Type a 1 in the green cell if the description applies to your camera. Better leave it blank if you do not know or hesitate. You can also delete the 1 in the first green cell if it does not apply to your camera. If you don't see any text in the cells, check if the slider on the right is moved.
  3. No. 1 Pocket Kodak issues. Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by andrew_tefft, Aug 29, 2015. andrew_tefft. I inherited a pretty cool No. 1 Pocket Kodak, and while it's neat to look at, it would be fun to use. But I'm having some trouble and hopefully someone here has some hints
  4. Kodak No 1 Pocket Junior Manufactured between 1926 and 1932, used a Kodak Anastigmat lens and ball-bearing shutter. Film was 120. Bellows look light tight and focus looks OK, it's now loaded and ready to go. First experiences suggest it'll be tricky to get a decent composition in daylight - the viewfinder is a real pain to use
  5. The No. 1A Autographic Kodak Jr. is a folding camera for type 116 Autographic film. It was made in Rochester, NY, USA by Eastman Kodak Company and by Eastman Kodak Company, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This Autographic camera is an updated version of the No. 1A Kodak Junior which was launched in 1914 but did not say Autographic on it
  6. Other, less common models to consider among early Kodak roll film cameras are the No. 1 Pocket Kodak, the No. 1 Pocket Kodak Junior, and the No. 1 Pocket Kodak Series II, some of which came equipped with the f/6.3 or f/7.7 Anastigmat. These were manufactured from the 1920s until 1932
  7. The US models of the No. 1A Pocket Kodak Jr. came in four colors - black, blue, brown, and green. In addition, the camera was produced in Art Deco styling from October of 1930 through November of 1931 as the No. 1A Gift Kodak

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Lot of 3 folding poket cameras. This lot includes : - Kodak Junior 620 Model 144, this camera was produced by Kodak in Germany for the European Market from 1933 to 1939 and used the 620 type film, the lens is a Kodak-Anastigmat 105 mm 1:8.8. The shutter is working. - No.1A Pocket Kodak folding camera made by the Eastman Kodak Company between the years of 1926 and 1932. It used Autographic 116. No. 1 Autographic Kodak Junior This text is available in English La No. 1 Autographic Kodak Junior es una cámara de fuelle autográfica para película 120, fabricada por Eastman Kodak Company en Rochester (Nueva York) y en Canadá, entre diciembre de 1914 y enero de 1927. Las cámaras autográficas de Kodak aparecieron por primera vez en 1914. Eran idénticas a las cámaras de fuelle que. A vintage No. 1A Pocket Kodak Junior camera with case. The folding camera is navy blue, and can be collapsed to store when not in use. Included is the original instruction manual, marked Picture taking with the Nos. 1 and 1A Pocket Kodaks Junior - Single (Maniscus Achromatic) Lens, and a black case Kodak no. 1A Pocket Junior film camera Loading Add to cart $185.99. Shipping to : Free. Calculate Shipping. Ask a question. Details This is a beautiful folding bellows camera in rare brown is in exceptionally excellent condition especially for an almost 100 year old camera. It is mechanically tested and working Lens: f8, B&L Rapid Rectilinear, iris diaphragm scaled in US 4 - 128. Shutter: Kodak Ball Bearing, speeds 1/25, 1/50, 1/100, B, T. five-blade diaphragm type

The No. 1A AUTOGRAPHIC KODAK JR. was a folding camera for type 116 Autographic film. Patented 1910 & 1913. It was made in Rochester, NY, USA by Eastman Kodak Company from 1914 - 1927. This Autographic camera was an updated version of the No. 1A Kodak Junior which was launched in 1914 but did not say Autographic on it The Ansco Vest Pocket was renamed Ansco Vest Pocket No. 0 upon introduction of the Ansco Vest Pocket Nos.1, 2 and 3. If the initials F.B.B. appear somewhere on an Ansco camera or shutter, the camera is a Folding Buster Brown The Kodak Vigilant Junior is a folding camera made by Kodak between 1940 and 1948. It created 6x9cm (2-¼x3-½) images on 620 film. It was not compatible with 120 film. There is a mechanical eye-level view finder and an optical waist-level viewfinder, The optical viewfinder can be rotated for portrait of landscape orientations. Shutter speed

Seller: clearing-da-clutter ️ (308) 100%, Location: Wahroonga, NSW, Ships to: AU, Item: 143990715668 Art Deco Kodak Kodo No.1 Brown Pocket Junior Folding Camera & Case. The camera has been in storage and not been film tested. Both the case and camera body are in a very good condition for their age aside from a few cosmetic marks on the front of the camera No. 1 Ansco Junior De luxe No. 1A Folding Pocket Kodak, Model D, (large image, profile) 1910-1915 according to Kodak History. That site lists the original list price as $12, about $240 in 2006 dollars. An eBay auction ending 5-21-06 states Kodak changed to black bellows after 1912. If correct, then this camera dates from 1910 to 1912 Kodak Cameras. No. 1 AUTOGRAPHIC KODAK Special Camera (Model B) (Back overlaps sides) Focus by thumb-turned gear. (Only produced for a few months) No. 1 AUTOGRAPHIC KODAK Special Camera (Model B) (knurled screw focusing) No. 1A AUTOGRAPHIC KODAK Special Camera (w/coupled rangefinder and Bakelite side panels Like many old Kodak folding cameras, it took 616 film cartridges. Other folding Brownie cameras that you may find on eBay include Folding Brownie Six-20, No.2 Folding Autographic Brownie, and the No.2 Folding Pocket Brownie. Youth organizations Kodak folding camera

Seller: pjsdeals123 ️ (76,233) 99.9%, Location: Centralia, Illinois, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 384063245703 Antique Kodak No.1 Pocket Folding A-120 Roll Film Camera. This is a No Reserve Auction!!You are looking at a Antique Kodak No.1 Pocket Folding A-120 Roll Film Camera This is being sold AS-IS for parts or repair NOM DE L'APPAREIL: DE: À: FORMAT: PRIX D'ORIGINE: No. 2 BULLET Camera: 1895: 1896: 101: 8: No. 2 BULLS-EYE KODAK Camera and Models 1896, 1897, 1898, C and I have an Eastman Kodak 'No. 2C Autographic Kodak Junior' Camera,1913-1916 and wanted to know how much it was worth - Answered by a verified Antique Expert. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our website. NO.3-A Folding pocket kodak. Model B-4/ Manufactured by Eastman Kodak co.Rochester.NY Count down 90

Manufactured from 1926 to 1931 by Eastman Kodak Co. A folding camera for 2 ½ x 4 ¼ inch negatives on A116 film. It is an autographic camera even though it didn't indicate that in the name (see the metal stylus in it's place on the front next to the shutter/lens). It had twin struts and a pull out bed. This example, in black, has a 127mm f/6.3 Kodak Anastigmat lens set in a Kodex No. 1 T. Kodak photographic film cameras. No. 1 AUTOGRAPHIC Kodak Special Camera (Model B) (Back overlaps sides) Focus by thumb-turned gear. (Only produced for a few months) Brownie 127 Camera (Imported from KLtd.) Brownie STARLET Camera (Imported from KLtd.) Kodak Ensemble (Kodak Petite Camera in suede case with lipstick, compact, and mirror; three. Lot consisting of 4 folding cameras. - Zeiss Ikon Box Tengor 55-2 with original case - Agfa Karat 36 - Ferrania Elioflex 2 - Kodak no. 1 Pocket Junior - with torn and missing fabric between the lens and shutter. Ref. No. 2 Folding Pocket Brownie, model B. Type: Folding rollfim Introduced: June 1907 Discontinued: Sept 1915 Film size: 120 Picture size: 2 1/4 X 3 1/4 Manufactured: US Lens: Meniscus archromat Shutters: Pocket or Brownie automatic Numbers made: 174,000 Original price: ? Description: Imitation leather covered wood body, size reduced 20% compsred. The Eastman Kodak Company of Rochester, New York, was at the forefront of the major photographic technology advances of the 20th century, from the introduction of flexible camera film sold by the roll, to the production of film for the first motion pictures with sound. Mostly, though, Kodak revolutionized the world of amateur photography by.

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Piccolo camera No. 872, photo-opera, France; three 4 cm. Rollfilm, with lens and top-mounted optical finder, made for the newly introduced pocket Kodak rollfilm and similar in design to the No. 1 Cone pocket Kodak camera of c. 189 Lovingly serviced vintage cameras for all: beginner, enthusiast or collector. 35mm 120 film medium large format SLR TLR Half-frame Compact Point and shoot. General description:Made in the US by the Eastman Kodak Company between the years of 1929 and 1932.Film Type: 116 roll film (twelve 2½ x 4¼″ exposures)Lens: meniscus Achromatic.Shutter: Kodo No 1General Condition: The camera is in. Antique - Kodak Eastman Cartridge No. 4 Folding Camera. Antique - Kodak Eastman Cartridge No. 4. $31. 53. 11 bids. 5d left. $422. 48 watchers. Kodak AERO-EKTAR f/2.5 7 In 178mm 5x5 Lens Kodak AERO-EKTAR f/2.5 7 In 178mm 5x5 Le

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  1. Retired Cameras. AGFA ANSCO. AGFA was the abbreviation for Aktien-Gesellschaft für Anilin-Fabrikation, given in 1873 to a company that had been founded in Berlin in 1867. It produced chemicals for photography. Most famous is the film developer Rodinal, introduced in 1892 and continued for 115 years
  2. N o . 1 A A u t o g r a p h i c K o d a k J u n i o r : No.1A Autographic Kodak Junior This American built camera is shown with the original Kodak shutter release cable fitted. The pivoting brilliant viewfinder, above the three speed Ball Bearing shutter, collapses when closing the camera
  3. Original photograph of front of Kodak Junior Six-20 Series II antique camera (1937, Rochester, New York). 8x10-inch multiple-original giclée print on 3/4-inch plywood. This print is created using archival, pigment-based inks and canvas applied to a piece of 3/4-inch plywood
  4. The Kodak Ball Bearing Shutter is supplied with the Premoette Jr. No. 1A, Film Premo No. 1, Pocket Premo C and Premo No. 8; the No. 0 size with Premoette Jr. No. 1. COMPOUND SHUTTER The Compound Shutter is an automatic and setting shutter combined
  5. Antique No 1A Pocket Kodak Junior Model -A Folding Bellows Camera | Cameras & Photography, Vintage Photography, Vintage Cameras | eBay
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  7. e) to record information about the photograph you just took by opening the squat T-shaped window on the.

No.1 Pocket KODAK Junior, 100 ACROS スペック的には「写ルンです」並みのものを予想するのだが,フィルムの面積が大きい分だけ,ゆとりをもった画像が得られるようである Antique Kodak Junior Six-16 camera No. 1 Kodex Bellows fold Out PopScreen - Video Search, Bookmarking and Discovery Engine Antique Vintage No1 Eastman Kodak Junior Folding Bellows Kodex Pocket Camer 200972 kodak no. 1, 1a pocket junior instruction book, kodak canada notice inside, 34 pages, 1930, coupon missing, pages loose, ink writing inside, covers worn, looks ex/ex- $20.00 200966 KODAK NO. 1, 1A POCKET SERIES II (MENISCUS ACHROMATIC) INSTRUCTION BOOK, 34 PAGES, 1928, COUPON MISSING, ONE PAGE SEPARATED, COVERS DIRTY, OTHERWISE LOOKS EX.

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  1. No.1 Pocket Kodak Jr. インターネットで古本を探したところ,近くの町に店舗を構える古本屋に在庫のあることがわかった。 手にとって状態を確認した上で決めたいと申し出たところ,難なく了承された。おまけに1 週間その商品を確保していただけるということであった
  2. This is a Kodak No.2 Autographic Junior Camera and was made from 1916-1924. In 1914 Kodak introduced a small door on the back of its camera which allowed the photographer to write information directly onto the negative. This was a great help in describing the date and the conditions under which the.
  3. No damage, no rust, no mold/mildew. Only very light wear on the corners which is probably from storage.If you want to invest in a True Collectable.. this is the one! The Pocket Kodak Juniors were produced from 1926 - 1932, so it is not far from being 100 years old
  4. Kodak #4 Junior 1889 String Set: Rochester Optical Co. Ideal 1889 . American Optical BuckEye 1887. Empire State No 1 Eastman Kodak Successor to Rochester Optical 1912. Chambre De Voyage 1890 Rotary Shutter: No 2 Folding Pocket Kodak Model A 1899
  5. Antique (1902) Kodak No 4 Folding Pocket Camera - Model B; Comet S 127 Film Art Deco Camera c.1950 - Made by Bencini, Italy (Parts) Agfa silette -LK 35mm Camera COLLECTION ONLY DURHAM; Zeiss Ikon Super Ikonta A 530 Rangefinder Camera (X90942) 1934 - 1937, Extras; Polaroid One 600 FILM INCLUSIVE BLACK SILVER COMPLETE-READY TO SHOOT /n e w 1
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  1. Kodak Brownie Junior 620 Kodak Hawkeye No 2 model C Kodak No 1 Pocket Kodak No 1 Pocket Cartrige Kodak No1 Folding Pocket Kodak No2 folding pocket Brownie Kodak Pathé 3.5 modèle 42 Kodak Pathé 6.3 modèle 21 Kodak Tourist 1 Kodak Vilgilant Junior Six-20 Montgomery Ward Wardette 120 Moskva 2 & 5 Pontiac Bloc Metal 41 Pontiac Bloc Metal 45af.
  2. Le Pocket Kodak sono una serie di macchine fotografiche prodotte dalla Eastman Kodak a partire del 1896. Le Pocket Kodak è stata una macchina fotografica che per prima ha utilizzato un film che poteva essere caricato durante il giorno. Pubblicizzata come una macchina fotografica che poteva stare in tasca, successivamente nel 1912 sarà la Vest Pocket Kodak ad essere ancora più piccola
  3. Her size allows her to use Ansco 18A or 18B film, equivalent to Kodak's No. 122 film, permitting an expansive 3 1/4 x 5 1/2 in negative and qualifying the 3A a a true Postcard camera. For film she probably used Ansco's Plenachrome or Super Plenachrome, quality films but with not quite the contrast and image quality of the contemporary.
  4. One example of this inconsistency would be the No. 2 Folding Pocket Kodak which took 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 inch exposures on size 101 roll film. Notice in the table above that a No. 2 Camera Size corresponds with size 120 roll film and image dimensions of 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches
  5. My collection consists mainly of the cameras from the 1890's and 1900's. I have only a few models from the 1910's. Please select a camera from the menu on the left. If you want to identify your Kodak camera, please try my tool on the page with that name. Vest Pocket Kodaks
  6. Value of kodac brownie junior camera - Answered by a verified Antique Expert coins, watches, sterling silver, pocket watches, and jewelry. Verified. This is a 1934 to 1942 Kodak Brownie six-16 camera. that has a value of $30 resale. Some sites that I recommend for selling are Offerup.com (local), Mercari.com, Varagesale.com (local), Wanelo.
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18 No.2 Hawk-Eye model C - The Anniversary of Kodak 19 No.2 Hawk-Eye model C - The Anniversary of Kodak 20 Six-20 Hawk-Eye Junior brown 21 No2 Hawk-Eye Junior blue 22 Six-20 Hawk-Eye Special 23 No.2A film pack Hawk-Eye 24 Nr2 Cartridge Hawk-Eye modernist 25 No. 2 Cartridge Hawk-Eye model A 26 Six-20 Target Hawk-Eye 27 Six-20 Target. The Vest Pocket Kodak & the First World War by Jon Cooksey, is published by Ammonite Press, £7.99, ISBN 978-1781452790. Jon Cooksey is a military historian who has worked on radio and TV documentaries such as Heroes at War (BBC Radio 5 Live). He is the author of 20 titles, and has written for national magazines and newspapers

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Kodak #1: The First Kodak Camera. In 1888, Kodak introduced the Kodak #1. Advertised to the public with the slogan, You press the button, we do the rest, sales of this camera were aimed at amateur photographers of the day.At a cost of $25, the camera was sold loaded with film to take 100 exposures The Kodak Bantam Special has been reviewed by just about every site connected with photography it seems, digital and analog, so I thought I'd join the crowd and try and add to the conversation, hopefully in a meaningful way. What jumped out at me the most when I first encountered the Kodak Bantam Special was not just the shiny black Piano finish, the art deco styling, the clever modified.

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The value of old Kodak cameras in mint condition ranges from $5 to $13,500 depending on two factors: how good the camera was in its day and how rare the camera is today. Current estimates of old Kodak cameras can be found at CollectiBlend.com. An old Kodak camera is valuable if it was both very good in its day and is now very rare The Brownie was a series of cameras made by Eastman Kodak.Introduced in 1900, it introduced the snapshot to the masses. It was a basic cardboard box camera with a simple meniscus lens that took 2 1/4-inch square pictures on 117 roll film.It was conceived and marketed for sales of Kodak roll films. Because of its simple controls and initial price of $1 (equivalent to $31 in 2020) along with the. George Eastman's Kodak Camera. George Eastman was an avid photographer who became the founder of the Eastman Kodak company. Eastman wanted to simplify photography to make it available to everyone, not just trained photographers. In 1883, Eastman announced the invention of a new kind of film that came in rolls No 1 Pocket Kodak Junior folding camera. These were made from 1929 to 1932. The special thing about this camera is that it is equipped with the 'Autographic feature'. Because of this and the 'iridescent finish' it's a rare camera. The camera looks fine, but has several holes in the corners of the bellows! Shutter works and stylus is present. The photos are part of the description Media in category Kodak cameras. The following 135 files are in this category, out of 135 total. Back of Kodak DC240i Zoom.jpg 3,487 × 2,615; 6.26 MB. Camera 3 A Graflex - coll cinémathèque Grenoble 1.jpg 2,970 × 2,227; 1.55 MB. Camera 3 A Graflex - coll cinémathèque Grenoble 2.jpg 3,398 × 2,548; 1.85 MB

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Create photo books, personalize photo cards & stationery, and share photos with family and friends at Shutterfly.com Securely back-up your photos and videos to Google Photos and enjoy them from any device. 1. Find the right photos faster . Your photos are automatically organized and searchable so you can easily find the photo you're looking for. Easily save and share what matters In addition to a bulb setting, all of the Prontor S models offer eight speeds. Shutter speeds on the Prontor S an SV are 1/1, 1/2, 1/5, 1/10, 1/25, 1/50, 1/100, and 1/300th of a second. The S in the Prontor S nomenclature signifies that the shutter is synched for a camera flash. The shutter has a standard 3mm nipple for fitting a PC cord Kodak, No.1 Pocket Kodak, Rimelig, Den ser pæn ud men virker ikke. Der er taske med

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The camera is in generally good used condition but the shutter does not operate correctly. It comes complete with a brown cloth case and an instruction leaflet. Note: Bidders from outside the Unitedfrom 100626790 Kodak No 1 pocket junior camera . Kodak Jr. is a medium formaat camera Geproduceerd door Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.Y., USA en gemaakt tussen 1914-27. Camera niet getest met film balg ziet er op het oog nog goed uit . Sluiter werkt naar behoren en lens ziet er helder ui 1895: The first pocket Kodak camera, the $5 Pocket Kodak, was introduced. It was of the box form type, slipping easily into an ordinary coat pocket, and producing negatives 1½ x 2 inches. 1897 : The first folding pocket Kodak camera was introduced, [63] and was mentioned in the novel Dracula , published the same year

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Eastman Kodak No. 1 Pocket Kodak Junior Model B Brown Version 120 Folding Camera 1929-32 WillysStuff $ 34.95. Add to Favorites Eastman Kodak Six-16 Brownie Junior Box Camera Art-Deco 616 Roll Film 1934-42 WillysStuff $ 15.95. Add to Favorites Eastman Kodak Rainbow Hawkeye No. 2A Dark Green Box Camera 116 Roll Film 1931-32. +44 02073543767 +44 07816888956 3K,Leroy House, 436 Essex Rd, London, N1 3QP. Cart; Checkou

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