I don’t have many Kodaks in my collection but over the last two days I have been given three very old Kodak cameras. I’ve enjoyed doing a little research on these cameras, and here are my notes. Vest Pocket Autographic (1915-1926) The Vest Pocket cameras were tiny by standards of the day, hardly any larger than […]Read more "Old Kodaks"
Released 1957 This is another “dumb” box camera with no manual controls, like the Conway. It’s in mint condition and with its original case. I like it because its shutter is more reliable than the Conway. See all photos taken with the Brownie I. At a glance Lens Fixed 100mm f/14 Film 620 (6×9) Focus […]Read more "Kodak Brownie Model I"
Oh alright, I’ll tell you the year. It’s not like it was difficult… These photos were taken in October 2010 on a Kodak Brownie Model I. The primitive camera on its own adds a certain aged effect to the photos, but the thing that really makes these photos look old is the accidental fogging. While […]Read more "Guess the year"
Hana’s Dad recently lent me a 1934 Kodak Six-20 Brownie. I’ve just run my first roll of film through it, and here are the best from the roll. Unfortunately the scans haven’t come out well – I’m still getting to grips with my new medium-format transparency scanner – an Epson Perfection V500 and it seems […]Read more "Photos from a Kodak Brownie"
This week I borrowed a Kodak Six-20 Brownie from Hana’s dad. It’s the least I can do to quickly scan the user manual in in case it’s useful to someone. Kodak Six-20 Brownie manualRead more "User manual for the Kodak Six-20 Brownie"