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4×6.5cm exposures on 127 film.


Vest Pocket Kodak Model B

This camera, from around 1930, has an Autographic back and a single speed shutter. An unusual feature is the rotating wheel on the left side of the shutter housing which allows different aperture stops to be chosen, a feature also seen on the very similar Vest Pocket Hawkeye and the Brownie Pliant. The apertures, according to a Kodak Ltd. publication, equate to f/11-f/32. During the course of production, the design of the baseboard changed at least four times, later cameras having a more 'iridescent' finish to the imitation leather covering. This camera was manufactured in the USA between 1925-34 and in the UK between 1931-33.

name : Vest Pocket Kodak Model B
produced between : 1925 - 1934
lens : Various
shutter : Rotary
film type : 127
picture size : 6 x 4 cm
original list price (USD) : 7.50
categories : 127, folding
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From 27/12/2006
Spain (Madrid)
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