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Premo No. 10 Camera by Kodak

The Premo No. 10 Camera was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak Company from approximately 1914 to 1923. Designed to meet the needs of technical photographic work. The long bellows will accommodate any lens system and in conjunction with the center swing bed, this camera will accommodate wide angle shots. The swing back and rising and falling front will accommodate the correct composition of architectural subjects. Basic camera sold with a Planatograph lens and ball bearing shutter. Made only in the 5 x 7 inch size for twelve film or plates. Constructed of mahogany that is covered in leather and with the bed finished in highly polished black. Other features include a spring catch reversible back, rack and pinion focusing with locking device, removeable 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 inch lens board, brilliant revesible finder, and two tripod sockets. Priced at $78.50 in 1918.

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