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Premo No. 9 Camera by Kodak

The Premo No. 9 Camera was manufactured by Eastman Kodak company from approximately 1913 to 1923. Designed with all the mechanical adjustments to accommodate all around photographic work. The long black leather bellows will accommodate nearly full size copyies and single combination when distant images are the subject. Constructed of kiln dried wood covered in fine grain leather, with the bed highly polished with black finish.

The many features included are swing back and rising and falling front will accommodate the correct composition of architectural subjects, spring catch reversible back, rack and pinion focusing with locking device, metal standard, removable lens board, brilliant reversible finder, and one tripod sockets. Basic camera sold with a Planatograph lens and ball bearing shutter, however several lens options were available for added cost. Made in three sizes, a 4 x 5, 3 1/4 x 5 1/2, and 5 x 7 inch size for plates or the Premo Film Pack with twelve exposures. Priced from $36.00 to $43.50 in 1918.

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