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by bill339 » Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:04 pm

The Kodak Vigilant Junior Six-20 was a folding camera made in the USA and Canada by Kodak from 1940 to 1949. It took 6x9cm images on 620 film. It was similar to the Kodak Vigilant Six-20, but with a simpler lens and shutter. There was also a larger model, the Vigilant Junior Six-16. The camera came equipped with either a simple fixed focus Kodet meniscus lens with a fully adjustable f/12.5 iris in a Dak shutter, which has time, bulb, and instant exposure settings or a better 3 element Bimat lens with a fully adjustable f/11 to f/32 iris in a Dakon shutter which has time, bulb, and 1/25 plus 1/50 of a second exposure settings. Both cameras have a plunger cable socket, fold down eye level frame viewfinder, and a waist level brilliant viewfinder. The original price in 1940 was very reasonable $11.00.

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