The Vest Pocket Kodak, Model B was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak Company from 1925 to 1934. It was an autographic Kodak camera, allowing one to personalize the negative with hand writed information. Vest pocket cameras took images 1 5/8 by 2 1/2. As the name implies it readily fit into a small pocket. Capable of taking eight exposures on no. A127 film. The lens was a meniscus type fixed or adjustable focus. The shutter was a vest pocket rotary shutter with four stops, including instantaneous and time. A brilliant reversible finder. the body was all metal covered in iridescent finish, fittings were nickel and black enamel. one tripod socket, black bellows.
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