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Bantam RF Kodak Camera

The Bantam RF Kodak Camera was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak Company from 1953 to 1957. Constructed of phenolic resin with brown Kodadur covering. Capable of taking eight exposures, 28 � 40 mm size, on No. 828 roll film. Originally offered as the town and country camera outfit in 1953, then as a camera only in 1954. It featured an Ektanon 50mm f3.9 lens and a Flash 300 shutter with speeds up to 1/300 second. Features included built-in double exposure prevention, built-in body shutter release, built-in synchronization, rangefinder, view finder, tripod socket, and a serial number. Originally priced at $62.75.

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