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1900s Kodak No.2 Model A Folding Brownie Roll Film Camera Made By Kodak USA

1900s Kodak No.2 Model A Folding Brownie Roll Film Camera Made By Kodak USA

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1900s Kodak No.2 Model A Folding Brownie Roll Film Camera Made By Kodak USA

This is a lovely example of a 1900s Kodak No.2 Model A Folding Brownie Roll Film Camera Made By Kodak USA, with burgundy red bellows (dating to 1904-1907, prior to introduction of the 2a pocket folding brownie). It is not the autographic camera, which wasn't released until 1910.

The camera is in pretty good condition with surface scuffs and blemishes on the leatherette commensurate with age and use (see images): not tested and sold as a display item only.  A nice photography related collectible!

The name is printed inside the back and is also embossed into the handle on the top face.

It comes with a brown canvas carry case with brown leather strap, which has missing clasps, and an original instruction booklet called Picture Taking With The No.2 & No. 3 Folding Brownie Kodaks published by Kodak Ltd, London.

The no.2 folding Brownie first went into production in 1904, and was discontinued in 1915!  It is a fully mechanical camera that was the first to use 120 roll film producing a negative size of 2¼" x 3¼" and six frames per reel. 

    In pretty good condition with surface scuffs and blemishes commensurate with age and use (see images): not tested and sold as a display item only.  A nice photography related collectible!

    Specification

    • Type: Kodak No.2 Model A Folding Pocket Brownie Camera
    • Launched in 1904
    • Film Size:  60mm 120 roll film 
    • Picture Size:  2¼" x 3¼"
    • Manufactured: USA
    • Lens: Achromatic meniscus lens
    • Shutter: Brownie Automatic with I,B and T modes
    • Focusing With Bellows adjustment at 8, 20 and 100 feet
    • Viewfinder: Reflecting
    • Wooden lens panel
    • Sliding catch to lock the hinged rear panel
    • Rectangular, leatherette covered, wooden body

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