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Medalist II Kodak Camera

The Kodak Medalist II was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak company from 1946 to 1953. Like the original medalist it was precision built and ruggedly constructed of aluminum and steel taking the same 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inch negatives on 620 film. Features included a kodak Ektar Lnes f3.5, an improved supermatic shutter with 9 speeds, 1 to 1/400th second plus bulb action, Lens and shutter mounted in a helical gear focusing tube for fine adjustment, automatic parallax-correcting view finder, Lens coupled rangefinder, removable back, speed controls and diaphragm on top of camera, and a single tripod mount.

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