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8 Kodaks

Kodak Six-20
Kodak Six-20
Kodak Pony 135
Kodak Pony 135
Kodak Signet 40
Kodak Signet 40
Kodak Brownie Starmatic
Kodak Brownie Starmatic
Kodak Monitor Six-20
Kodak Monitor Six-20 Anastigmat Special
Kodak Brownie Hawkeye, Flash Model
Kodak Brownie Hawkeye, Flash Model
Kodak 35 *EXPLORED*
Kodak 35
Kodak Baby Brownie
Kodak Baby Brownie

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7 thoughts on “8 Kodaks

  1. Nice! I keep thinking about acquiring a Kodak or two, but I don’t even know where to start. Maybe a Brownie No.2? I do like the looks of that Kodak 35, which I didn’t even know existed until I saw your post.

    • The Brownie No. 2 is a terrific choice. I own two, a Model D and a Model F, and they both do terrific work. Very sharp in the center, with the expected softness and vignetting in the corners. I’ve gotten really pleasing results from Kodak Ektar film with these cameras.

      • tbm3fan says:

        I concur because of the three possible f-stops one can use with these models. They do take some great looking pictures, on their 6×9 negatives, that could fool many in that it was a more expensive camera. I always shoot mine with mostly an orange Polaroid filter in front enabling me to use 400 ASA film easily. Really makes B&W pop.

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