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Six-16 & Six-20 Kodak Camera

The Six-16 and Six-20 Kodak folding bellows cameras were manufactured by the Eastmank Kodak company from 1932 to 1937. Designed and advertised as the worlds smallest folding camera that took big pictures. The Six-16 Kodak camera took 8 exposures, 2 1/2 x 4 1/2 inch size, on no. 616 film without reloading. The Six-20 Brownie Junior camera took 8 exposures, 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inch size, on no. 620 film without reloading. Fitted with three lens options, a Kodak doublet f6.3 or a Kodak doublet f4.5, or a Kodak anastigmat f4.5. The f4.5 models carry the compur shutter with speeds up to 1 /250 and the f6.3 has either the Diodak and Kondon shutters with speed to 1/100. features include a brilliant reflecting finders and a folding direct view eye-level finder. the F6.3 models are covered with black grain material, and the f4.3 models with genuine leather. Metal parts are black enameled, nickel plated or etched Originally priced at $40.00 and $38.00 respectively.

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