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Kodak Hawkeye Ace
The Boston Camera Company was the original owner of the Hawk-
The cameras continued to be produced as Hawk-
The Coronet 020 Box Camera was manufactured by the Coronet Camera Company, Birmingham in circa 1932.
It was an inexpensive and simple to operate box camera constructed of cardboard and covered in leatherette.
The 020 took 3 1.4 x 2 1/4 inch (6x9 cm) exposures on number 120 roll film.
It is fitted with a fixed focus Coronet meniscus lens and a simple single-
It featured two eye-
1955 Vintage D-
Pseudo TLR For 2 ¼ x 2 ¼ 120 or 620 film
The camera's winding key was designed so that either 120 or 620 film could be used.
Kodak Junior 620 Folding Camera
The Kodak Junior 620 was a self-
It was made by the German Kodak AG branch of Kodak in the former Nagel factory in Stuttgart.
Its design followed conceptions of earlier Nagel roll film folders like the Nagel Triumph.
With Original Manual (PDF Copy)
The first production of this camera, from 1946 until 1953 was available with a plain
matte enamel faceplate, a metal or plastic winding knob and a metal or plastic shutter
release button and two brilliant view-
Kodak No. 2 Brownie 120 Roll Film Camera
The No. 2 Brownie is significant in that it was the first camera to use 120 roll film.
It started production being made of leatherette covered card and, from 1924, changed to a metal box.
A very simple camera with a very dependable shutter, it has two sliding mechanisms on the top, one for a bulb, or time setting, and the other for a choice of 3 apertures.
It also has two small reflecting finders for vertical or horizontal shots
Simple Bakelite camera produced in the late 1930s in a range of colours -
After the war, c. 1950, a similar model was produced which carried a name plate around the lens and the lens name of Bloomed BOLCO.
BOLCO was part of Elliott. Woolworths was a major retailer of the camera.
Conway Popular Box Camera
(6x9) 120 Roll Film
The Conway Popular camera was manufactured by the Stand Camera Ltd. Company from around 1931 iuntil the 1950’s
A simple box camera design for capturing 6 x 9 cm pictures on number 120 roll film. Similar to the coronet box cameras.
Construction is a metal body on a metal frame with a decorative metal front plate. It featured hinged view finder covers, two brilliant finders for horizontal or vertical photos, a built in retractable color filter, a fixed focus meniscus lens, and a simple time and instantaneous exposure shutter.
Agfa Clack 120 Roll film camera
95mm meniscus lens Circa 1955
To enable a simple meniscus lens to achieve reasonable sharpness, it is permanently stopped down to a small aperture (f/10 or less).
The large 6×9 cm negative size requires little or no enlargement to create usable prints, so any flaws in the image are less noticeable.
One feature to note is rounded camera back.
Kodak Portrait 'Hawkeye' *Star*
Kodak's Portrait 'Hawkeye' *Star* is a British-
The camera was produced from 1933, and was offered for "premium" sales.
The name comes from its built-
Although 620 film was discontinued in the 1990s, it is possible to convert readily available 120 film for use in 620 cameras.
People have taken modern photos using old box cameras of the 1930s.
Kodak Brownie Reflex 20. 620 Roll Film Camera Circa 1957
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