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Kodak Six Vintage Folding Cameras

Kodak are one of the world's most recognised imaging companies in the world. They develop photographic and videographic solutions and work across both film and print. Their equipment is often used in the television and film industries. Kodak six vintage folding cameras will appeal to fans of vintage cameras , as well as those who have followed Kodak's camera production history, making this a classic photographer's collectors item.

Features of the Six Vintage folding camera

The Six Vintage was produced between 1938-1949 and are available with four types of camera lenses , which include the f/4.5, f/6.3 and the f/8.8 as well as a number of different shutter types.

The classic folding style is so called because the concertina style lens can fold back in on itself to collapse down and fold neatly inside its case, which protects the camera lens as well as making it easier to transport and store away. The Six Vintage is made from metal and typically comes in black. Some Kodak Six Vintage cameras also sport a Moroccan grained leatherette.

The classic design of the Kodak Six Vintage was used across a number of Kodak camera models, which adds to this camera's classic aesthetics. These cameras can also be found with their original camera bags. These bags were traditionally made from leather and typically used a buckle strap to secure the camera inside the case.

There is a also a front mounted, metal lever, which is designed to release the bellows necessary to take each picture. The viewfinder itself is in a flip up style, which collapses back down to make this camera more compact and therefore portable. The viewfinder can also be rotated around to suit a portrait or landscape framed photograph.

The classic bellow design is typical of this era and gives this camera style its unique collector's appeal. Some Kodak Six Vintage folding cameras offer multiple apertures, which can be swapped out through a slider located on the bottom of the lens.

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