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Pupille Camera

datasheet_loginThe Pupille camera was manufactured by Kodak AG, or better known as Nagel camera werks in Stuttgart Germany from 1932 to 1935. Nagel camera werks was bought by Eastman Kodak Company in 1931 and named Kodak AG. The Pupille was designed prior to the take over, as a small precision camera and advertised as Miniature master of light and speed. The Pupille was capable of taking 16 pictures, 3 cm. x 4 cm. on No. 127 roll film, which is vest pocket size. Fitted with a Schneider Xenon Anastigmat f.2 lens with 4.5cm focus and an eight speed Compur shutter. Originally priced at $75.00.


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