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My first Kodak camera was given to me by my Grandmother when I was in my early teens.  I just loved the look and mechanical simplicity of this Brownie box camera.  In my late 20's I bought another old Kodak box camera at a garage sale . . . and that started it.  The result of the next 35 or so years of collecting these works of art is cataloged below.

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The Beginnings of the Eastman Kodak Company
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The Kodak Company was started by this man, George Eastman.  Eastman, an American, was thoroughly fascinated with still photography and cameras. He always believed the still camera was an amazing invention, but thought that it did need to be improved.  Eastman felt that the cameras of his day were too bulky, heavy, and not user friendly to the average person, so in 1879 he left the United States for London to start a company that would solve this problem and revolutionize the photography industry.

At the time, London was the center of the photographic and business world and so it was the perfect place to start a new business.  Eastman received his first patent for the plate-coating machine in 1879.  The plate-coating machine, a quicker more efficient way to get pictures on film in the camera, was just a stepping stone in creating cameras for everyday people.

In 1880, new inventions and patents by Eastman impressed a fellow photography businessman, Henry A. Strong.  Strong was so impressed by Eastman, that he invested into Eastman's company to form a partnership.  The new partnership produced The Eastman Dry Plate Company.  Because of this new partnership and responsibilities, Eastman decided to resign from his part-time job at Rochester (England) Savings Bank and put all of his efforts into improving cameras, film, and photo developing.

Now, with more time to invest in his company, George Eastman was able to receive more patents for newer, more developed inventions.  In 1883, Eastman startled industry executives by developing the first film in rolls.  Later, with the first Kodak camera in 1888, Eastman laid the foundation for making photography available to everyone.

The first Kodak camera was pre-loaded with enough film for 100 exposures.  The price of the camera was $25.00 and the cost to develop the film was $10.00 (the development included returning the entire camera to the manufacture. The pictures were then developed and a new role of film was inserted back into the camera).

So, how did Kodak get its name?  Eastman devised the name himself.  The letter "K" was a favorite of his - "it seemed a strong, incisive sort of letter."  He states “It became a question of trying a great number of combinations of letters that made words starting and ending with ‘K’."  The word "Kodak" is the result.

In 1892 the Eastman-Strong partnership and new innovations to the still camera, made way for a new business- the Eastman Kodak Company.  The company moved to New Jersey in 1901.  Eastman became the company's treasurer and general manager, while Strong took the position of President. 

Since that time, the Eastman Kodak company has been servicing photographic needs all over the world. Today the company manufactures products in Canada, Mexico, Brazil, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Australia, and of course the U.S.A.  Still today the company upholds George Eastman's primary ideals: mass production as low cost and a focus on the customer.

Evolution of the Kodak brand logo

bulletEarly 1900's - Kodak is the first company to integrate its name and  look into a symbol.
 
bullet1930's - Focus moved to the Kodak name and the red and yellow "trade  dress" color.
 
bullet1960's - The corner curl was introduced.
 
bullet1970's - The mark retained the red and yellow colors and the Kodak  name, but a box and graphic "K" element were added.
 
bullet1980's - A more contemporary type font streamlined the Kodak name  within the existing logo.
 
bulletToday - The box is gone, simplifying the logo. The rounded type font  and distinctive "a" give the name a more contemporary look.

Some key Kodak Milestones

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1888    The name "Kodak" is born and the Kodak camera was placed on the market, with the slogan, "You press the button - we do the rest." This was the birth of snapshot photography, as millions of amateur picture–takers know it today.

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1891    The company marketed its first daylight-loading camera.

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1892    The company became Eastman Kodak Company of New York.

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1895    The Pocket Kodak Camera was announced. It used roll film and incorporated a small window through which positioning numbers for exposures could be read.

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1898    Kodak marketed the Folding Pocket Kodak Camera, now considered the ancestor of all modern roll-film cameras.

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1900    The first of the famous Brownie cameras is introduced. It sold for $ 1.00 and used film that sold for .15 ¢ a roll.
Designed and marketed for children, the Brownie camera was named after popular charters created by Palmer Cox, a children’s author and illustrator.  Cox was the Walt Disney of his day.  His Brownie characters were as well known in 1880 as Mickey Mouse is today.

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1907     Kodak buys the Blair Camera Company.

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1911    The company's Blair Camera factory in Rochester is renamed the Hawk–Eye Works and a department for the design of optics was established there in 1912.  See 'The Hawk-Eye Camera' below.

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1935    Kodachrome Film was introduced and became the first commercially successful amateur color film.

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1941    Kodak marketed the versatile Kodak Ektra Camera, with a shutter-speed range from 1/1000 to 1 second.

basic elements of the Kodak Camera

The keys to Eastman's success in making photography a popular leisure-time activity for the masses were his development of roll film and the inexpensive box camera. Although film and cameras are far more sophisticated and versatile today, the fundamental principles behind his inventions have not changed.

These are the basic elements of all Kodak cameras:
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Lens - A glass or plastic element that collects light and focuses an image

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Diaphragm - An opening that controls the amount of light that can enter the camera through the lens.
Shutter - The part of the camera that determines the amount of time film is exposed to the light entering the camera.

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Body - The lightproof housing of the camera mechanism. It does not allow extraneous light into the camera.

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Viewfinder - A lens or frame that allows the photographer to see the content of the picture that is being taken.

 

The Hawk-eye camera

The Boston Camera Company was the original owner of the Hawk-Eye camera and name until the Blair Camera Company bought them in 1890.  Hawk-Eye cameras then changed hands again in 1907 when Eastman Kodak bought Blair which became a division of Kodak called The Blair Camera Division after the plant was relocated to Rochester, NY.

Kodak No.2 Hawkette Folding Camera. - click to enlarge.

The cameras continued to be produced as Hawk-Eyes until post World War I.  Most of these cameras were made for premium (1) sales  only and unfortunately were not always listed in catalogues.  Some models were made in the UK from 1927-39, including models designed in and for the UK market.

The hyphen was dropped from the 'Hawk-Eye' name changing it to 'Hawkeye' for later models.

The No 2 Hawkette at right (click to enlarge) was the first all plastic (Bakelite) Kodak camera and sold only as a premium (1) between 1930 and 1940.

Notes: (1) A Premium camera is one purchased by another company and used for a promotion or prize.  They were not for sale on the open market.

 

100 years of Kodak Cameras, 1890's - 1990's
From My Personal Kodak Camera Collection
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1890's

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  No 2 Bull’s-Eye
1896-1913
$ 8.00
Meniscus Achromatic
Eastman Rotary
Rollfilm 101
This is the 1996 model

1900's

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  No 1 Brownie Model B
1900-15
$ 1.00
Meniscus
Rotary
Rollfilm 117
2nd Brownie Camera - click Brownie for the name origin

Similar to the 1st version, but the back is hinged

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  No 2 Brownie Model D
1901-24
$ 2.00
Meniscus
Rotary
Rollfilm 120
Round red window and round rod on winding key

4

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  No 3 Folding Pocket Kodak
1909-14
$ 18.00
Rapid Rectilinear
Kodak Ball Bearing
Rollfilm 122
5

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  No 3A Folding Pocket Kodak
1909-14
$ 20.00
Rapid Rectilinear
Kodak Ball Bearing
Rollfilm 118
with Autographic feature
6

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  No 3 Brownie
1908-34
$ 3.75
Meniscus Achromatic
Rotary
Rollfilm 124
Model B
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  No 3A Folding Brownie
1909-15
$ 12.00
Rapid Rectilinear
Brownie Ball Bearing
Rollfilm 122
8

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  No 1 Kodak Premoette Jr.
1913-23
$ 5.00
f/11-f/32
Kodak Ball Bearing
520 Film Pack
9

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  1A Autographic Kodak Junior
1914-25
$ 11.00
Rapid Rectilinear
Kodak Ball Bearing
Rollfilm 116
Made in USA
10

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  1A Jr. Autographic Kodak
1914-25
$ Unknown
Rapid Rectilinear
Kodak Ball Bearing
Rollfilm 116
Canadian Kodak Co. - Model stamped on Back
11

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  No 2 Film Pack Hawk-Eye
1922-25
$ 85.00
Meniscus
Time & Instantaneous
2¼ x 3¼ Film Pack
All metal housing
12

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  No 2C Autographic Special
1923-28
$ 65.00
Kodak Anastigmat f/6.3
Kodamatic
Rollfilm 130
Model A
13

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  Hawk-Eye Cartridge
1924-25 estimate
Premium
Meniscus
Rotary
Rollfilm 116
Similar to the Cartridge Hawk-Eye Model B

Unusual decorative stamping on cover and handle.

14

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  Vest Pocket
1925 - 1934
$ 8.00
Periscopic
V.P. Rotary
Rollfilm 120
Model B with the Autographic feature
15

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  No 2 Folding Cartridge Hawk-Eye
1926-34
$ Premium
Meniscus
Hawk-Eye
Rollfilm 120
Model C
16

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  Hawk-Eye 2A Rainbow
1930-33
$ Premium
Hawk-Eye
No. 1 Kodex
Rollfilm 116
Model B in green
17

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  Kodak Six-16 Brownie
1933-41
$ 3.50
Diway
Rotary
Rollfilm 616
18

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  Kodak Six-20 Brownie
1933-41
$ 2.50
Diway
Rotary
Rollfilm 620
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  Jiffy Kodak Six-16
1933-37
$ 8.00
Twindar
Built-in
Rollfilm 616
20

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  Kodak Six-20
1934-37
$ 18.00
Kodak Anastigmat f/6.3
Kodon
Rollfilm 620
21

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  Kodak Bullet
1936-42
$ 2.85
Meniscus
Rotary
Rollfilm 127
22

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  Jiffy Kodak Six-20 Series II
1937-48
$ 9.00
Twindar
Built-in
Rollfilm 620
23

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  Kodak Junior Six-20 Series II
1937-40
$ 12.00
Bimat w/3 Position Focus
Kodon
Rollfilm 620
24

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  Kodak Senior Six-20
1937-39
$ 30.00
Kodak Anastigmat f/4.5
Kodamatic
Rollfilm 620
25

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  Kodak Bantam f/5.6
1938-41
$ 17.00
Kodak Anastigmat f/5.6
Built-in
Rollfilm 828
26

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  Kodak Six-20 Bull’s-Eye
1938-41
$ 3.00
Meniscus
Single Action
Rollfilm 620
27

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  Kodak Monitor Six-20
1939-48
$ 30.00
Kodak Anastigmat f4.5
Flash Kodamatic
Rollfilm 620
28

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  Kodak Vigilant Six-20
1939-49
$ 40.00
Kodak Anastigmat f4.5
Flash Kodamatic
Rollfilm 620
29

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  Baby Brownie Special
1939-54
$ 1.25
Meniscus
Rotary
Rollfilm 127

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30

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  Brownie Reflex
1941-52
$ 6.00 – 12.00
Meniscus
Rotary
Rollfilm 127
Synchro Model
31

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  Brownie Flash Six-20
1946-54
$ 7.00 – 13.00
Meniscus
Rotary
Rollfilm 620
32

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  Kodak Duaflex
1947-50
$ 12.00
Fixed Focus Kodet f/15
I and B
Rollfilm 620
With the flash

with cover attached

33

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  Kodak Tourist
1948-51
$ 62.00
Kodak Anastigmat f/4.5
Flash Kodamatic
Rollfilm 620
34

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  Brownie Hawkeye
1949-51
$ 5.50
Meniscus
Rotary
Rollfilm 620

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  Kodak Duaflex II
1950-54
$ 14.00
Fixed Focus Kodet f/15
I and B
Rollfilm 620
36

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  Kodak Duaflex II Deluxe
1950-54
$ 22.00
Focusing Kodar f8
I and B
Rollfilm 620
with flash at right

37

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  Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model
1950-61
$ 7.00
Meniscus f/15
Rotary w/Flash Sync
Rollfilm 620
38

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  Kodak Pony 135
1953-55
$ 37.00
Kodak Anaston f/4.5
Kodak Flash 200
Rollfilm 620
Model B, with flash at right

39

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  Brownie Bull’s-Eye
1954-58
$ 12.00
Kodak Twindar
Rotary
Rollfilm 620
with flash at right

40

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  Kodak Duaflex IV
1955-60
$ 16.00
Fixed Focus Kodet f/15
I and B
Rollfilm 620
with flash at right

41

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  Brownie Movie Camera
1955-63
$ 79.00
f 1.9 Turret - 9, 13 & 24mm
N/A
8mm
Kodak's 1st turret movie camera

42

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  Kodak Signet 50
1957-60
$ 82.00
Kodak Ektanar f/2.8
Kodak Synchro 250
135
with flash at right

43

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  Brownie Bullet
1957-64
Premium
Dakon
Rotary
127
Premium version of the Brownie Holiday Camera
44

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  Brownie Starflex
1957-64
$ 10.00
Dakon
Rotary
Rollfilm 127
45

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  Brownie Starmatic
1959-61
$ 35.00
Kodar f/8
Rotary
Rollfilm 127
46

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  Brownie Twin 20
1959-64
$ 11.00
f/11 Zone Focus
Built-in
Rollfilm 620
with flash
47

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  Kodak Automatic 35
1959-64
$ 85.00
Kodak Extanar f/2.8
Kodak Synchro 80
135

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  Brownie Starmite
1960-63
$ 11.00
Dakon
Rotary
127

49

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  Brownie Auto 27
1963-64
$ 35.00
Kodar f/8
2 Speed 1/40-1/80
Rollfilm 127
built-in flash

with the case attached

50 

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  Hawkeye Instamatic 104
1964-66
$ 16.00
Ektanar f/2.8-38mm
2 Speed Auto 1/30-1/250
Rollfilm 126
51

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  Hawkeye Instamatic R4
1966-71
$ Premium
Meniscus f/11-43mm
2 Speed 1/40-1/80
Rollfilm 126

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  Colorburst 100 Instant Camera
1978-80
$ 45.00
f/11- 137mm
Electronic 1/20-1/300
PR10
53

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  Handle2 Instant Camera
1979
$ 45.00
f/12.7- 100mm
Electronic 1/300-2
PR10

1980's Back to the DECADES List

54

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  Partyflash II Instant Camera
1981-82
$ Premium
f/11- 137mm
Electronic 1/20-1/300
HS144-10
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  Fisher Price
1984
$ 25.00
Single Aperture and Focus
Single speed
110 Cartridge
Flip Flash socket, large controls, recessed lens and rubberized handles for children
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  Kodak Mickey-Matic
1988-91
$ 11.95
 Meniscus
 2 speed
110 Cartridge
Produced for Disney, similar to the Kodak Gimini & Winner Cameras

1990's Back to the DECADES List

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  Kodak Star 110
1993
$ 18.95
28 mm Fixed Focus
1/125 Built-in
110 Cartridge

Although not a Kodak, I just had to include this unique Polaroid Looney Tunes I-Zone Tweety Bird camera

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  I-Zone Pocket Camera
1999-2004
$ 23.00, but this camera was a 1999 Holiday promotion from Target
Single element plastic
Mechanical, single speed
Pocket & Pocket Sticker film
There was also a Bugs Bunny version

Sorted by Film Type
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Rollfilm

Film Type Circa

Item #

Used on Model(s)

101

1896-1913

1

No 2 Bull’s-Eye ‘96 Model

116

1914-25

1914-25

1924-25

1930-33

9
10

13

16

No 1A Autographic Kodak Junior
No 1A Jr. Autographic Kodak

Hawk-Eye Cartridge

Hawk-Eye Rainbow 2A Model B

117

1900-1915

2

No 1 Brownie Model B

118

1909-1914

4

No 3 Folding Pocket Kodak

120

1901-24

1925-34

1926-34

3

14

15

No 1 Brownie Model D

Vest Pocket Kodak Model B

No 2 Folding Cartridge Hawk-Eye Model C

122

1909-14

1909-15

5

7

No 3A Folding Pocket Kodak

No 3A Folding Brownie

124

1908-34

6

No 3 Brownie

126

1964-66

1967-71

50

51

Hawkeye Instamatic 104

Hawkeye Instamatic R4

127

1936-42

1939-54

1941-52

1957-64

1957-64

1959-61
1960-63

1963-64

21

29

30

43

44

45
48

49

Kodak Bullet

Baby Brownie Special

Brownie Reflex Synchro

Brownie Bullet

Brownie Starflex

Brownie Starmatic
Brownie Starmite

Brownie Auto 27

130

1923-28

12

No 2C Autographic Special Model A

135

1957-60

1959-64

42

47

Kodak Signet 50

Kodak Automatic 35

616

1933-41

1933-37

17

19

Kodak Six-16 Brownie

Jiffy Kodak Six-16

620

1933-41

1934-37

1937-48

1937-40

1937-39

1938-41

1939-48

1939-49

1949-51

1946-54

1947-50

1948-51

1950-54

1950-54

1950-61

1953-55

1954-58

1955-60

1959-64

18

20

22

23

24

26

27

28

34

31

32

33

35

36

37

38

39

40

46

Kodak Six-20 Brownie

Kodak Six-20

Jiffy Kodak Six-20 Series II

Kodak Junior Six-20 Series II

Kodak Senior Six-20

Kodak Six-20 Bull’s-Eye

Kodak Monitor Six-20

Kodak Vigilant Six-20

Brownie Hawkeye

Brownie Flash Six-20

Kodak Duaflex

Kodak Tourist

Kodak Duaflex II

Kodak Duaflex II Deluxe

Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model

Kodak Pony 135 Model B

Brownie Bull’s-Eye

Kodak Duaflex IV

Brownie Twin 20

828

1938-41

25

Kodak Bantam f/5.6

Cartridge

Film Type Circa

Item #

Used on Model(s)

110

1984

1993

55

57

Fisher Price Camera

Kodak Star 110

1988

56

Kodak Mickey-Matic Camera

Film Pack

Film Type Circa

Item #

Used on Model(s)
520 - 2¼ x 3¼

1913-23

1922-25

8

11

Kodak Premoette Jr. No 1

No 2 Film Pack Hawk-Eye

Instant

Film Type Circa

Item #

Used on Model(s)
PR10

1978-80

1979

52

53

Colorburst 100 Instant Camera

Handle2 Instant Camera

HS144-10

1981-82

54

Partyflash II Instant Camera

Movie Film
8mm 1955-63 41 Brownie Movie Turret Camera

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Film Type Circa

Item #

Model Name

127

1939-54

29

Baby Brownie Special

828

1938-41

25

Bantam f/5.6

127

1963-64

49

Brownie Auto 27

620 

1954-58

39

Brownie Bull’s-Eye

127 1957-64 43 Brownie Bullet

620

1946-54

31

Brownie Flash Six-20

620 1949-51 34 Brownie Hawkeye

620 

1950-61

37

Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model

8mm 1955-63 41 Brownie Movie Camera

127

1941-52

30

Brownie Reflex Synchro

127

1957-64

44

Brownie Starflex

127

1959-61

45

Brownie Starmatic

127 1960-63 48 Brownie Starmite

620

1959-64

46

Brownie Twin 20

127

1936-42

21

Bullet

PR10

1978-80

52

Colorburst 100 Instant Camera

620

1947-50

32

Duaflex

620 

1950-54

35

Duaflex II

620

1950-54

36

Duaflex II Deluxe

620 

1955-60

40

Duaflex IV

110 1984 55 Fisher Price Camera

PR10

1979

53

Handle2 Instant Camera

116

1930-33

16

Hawk-Eye 2A Rainbow Model B

116

1924-25

13

Hawk-Eye Cartridge

126

1964-66

50

Hawkeye Instamatic 104

126

1967-71

51

Hawkeye Instamatic R4

135

1959-64

47

Kodak Automatic 35

110 1988-91 56 Kodak Mickey-Matic

117

1909-1914

2

No 1 Brownie Model B

120 1901-24 3 No 1 Brownie Model D

116

1914-15

9

No 1A Autographic Kodak Junior

116

1914-15

10

No 1A Jr. Autographic Kodak

101

1896-1913

1

No 2 Bull’s-Eye ‘96 Model

520 - 2¼ x 3¼

1922-25

11

No 2 Film Pack Hawk-Eye

120

1926-34

13

No 2 Folding Cartridge Hawk-Eye Model C

130

1923-28

12

No 2C Autographic Special Model A

124

1908-34

6

No 3 Brownie

118

1900-1915

4

No 3 Folding Pocket Kodak

122

1909-15

7

No 3A Folding Brownie

122

1909-14

5

No 3A Folding Pocket Kodak

HS144-10

1981-82

54

Partyflash II Instant Camera

135

1953-55

38

Pony 135 Model B

520 - 2¼ x 3¼

1913-23

8

Premoette Jr. No 1

135

1957-60

42

Signet 50

616

1933-41

17

Six-16 Brownie

616

1933-37

19

Six-16 Jiffy

620

1934-37

20

Six-20

620

1933-41

18

Six-20 Brownie

620

1938-41

26

Six-20 Bull’s-Eye

620

1937-48

22

Six-20 Jiffy Series II

620 

1937-40

23

Six-20 Junior Series II

620 

1939-48

27

Six-20 Monitor

620

1937-39

24

Six-20 Senior

620

1939-49

28

Six-20 Vigilant

110

1993

57

Star 110

620

1948-51

33

Tourist

120

1925-34

14

Vest Pocket Model B

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