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  Pony Premo No. 6 by Kodak

The Pony Premo No. 6 camera was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak Company from approximately 1903 to 1906. Designed as a higher quality camera for a greater variety of work than the previous pony premo cameras, No.s 1 to 4. The main difference is the longer bellows for telephoto work.

Features include a an improved Baush & Lomb automatic shutter with iris diaphragm and capable of speeds from time to 1/100 of a second with great accuracy. Rack and pinion adjustment is incorporated, along with reversible back that incorporates a unique locking feature allowing easy removal and secure mounting, brilliant finder, double spirit level and two tripod sockets. Available in two sizes, a 4 x 5 inch, 5 x 7 inch and 6 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches. Originally priced between $37.00 to $62.00.

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