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1935-1937. 620 film, folding camera. Octagonal face-plate.


Kodak Eastman: Junior Six-20 camera

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 2003-02-28
 B
 $34
 2002-01-01
 B
 ~$17
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by bill339 » Sun Nov 08, 2015 1:19 am

The designation Kodak Junior Six-20 is justified by the fact this camera uses format 620 Roll film. In reality, this camera is just a less sophisticated version of Kodak Six-20. Year after year, the Junior version will be improved in three categories. The 1935 – 1937 Kodak Junior Six 20, 1937 – 1940 Kodak Junior Six 20 (series II), and the 1938 – 1939 Kodak Junior Six 20 (series III). The camera presented here belongs to the first series (1935~1937). It is equipped with f 6.3 100mm Kodak Anastigmat lens but one variant has a Lens Doublet. It has a Kodon number 0 shutter giving the following speeds: 1/25, 1/50 and 1/100 of a second as well as the pauses T and B. Each camera came in a box with the directions for use, a card to turn in with your first roll of film to have comments from Kodak on the results, a card on how to make pictures at night and had a price tag of $13.50. Rotating the lens allows you to adjust the distance to the subject. The framing is done like with any other type of folding camera, using the folding viewfinder frame on the left of the camera body, or using the rotating Brilliant viewfinder attached to the shutter tray. Several variants for the first series of camera were produced. In addition to the different types of lens mentioned, it is possible to find this camera without a leather handle or the ridged leatherette skin.

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