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Folding Cartridge Premo No. 2C & 3A

The Folding Cartridge Premo No. 2C and No. 3A cameras were manufactured by the Eastman Kodak Company from approximately 1917 to 1923. They were introduced to meet the need for a larger sized models of the inexpensive Folding Cartridge Premo No. 2 and No. 2A. Both cameras are constructed of metal for rigidity, with nickel and black enamel finished hardware and a black leather bellows. The outsides are covered in a high grade black imitation leather.

The No. 2C takes ten exposures 2 7/8 x 4 7/8 inch size on No. 130 film. The No. 3A is exact to the N0. 2C except that it takes exposure 3 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches, post card size, on No. 122 film. The cameras are equipped with a meniscus achromatic lens and the Kodak ball bearing shutter with cable release. Both cameras were also offered with an optional rapid rectilinear lens. Both take N.C. cartridge film. Other features included a positive lock focus adjustment, brilliant reversible finder and two tripod sockets. The cameras were priced at $10.50 for the No. 2C and $11.50 for the No. 3A camera.

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