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Kodak Vintage Box Cameras

Step back in time and delve into the past by experimenting with photography in its purest form with a timeless Kodak vintage box camera. Developed by a company that has been running for 128 years, Kodak have always been reliable for their customers all over the world and have a rich history of creating numerous photography classics.

Kodak vintage box cameras are perfect for the photographer or collector in you.

The Box Brownie No. 1 and No. 2

A popular American classic, the Kodak Box Brownie No. 1 camera is very simple by design. A leatherette covered card box with a wooden film carrier, it is very easy to use with just one click of a button.

Originally made from cardboard, the Brownie No. 1 was instrumental in the development of modern photography and continues to be faithful to what it set out to accomplish over one hundred years ago.

The Kodak Box Brownie No. 2 was the first camera to use 120 roll film with two shutters and three aperture settings. Many consider this to be the birth of something special and believe the Box Brownie No.2 set a trend for future cameras to come.

In addition to Kodak's Box Brownie No.1 and No.2, other models are available and it is now possible to admire the history of photography in the twentieth century through a collection of vintage cameras and vintage camera film . Cherish the origins of personal photography with Kodak vintage box cameras.

Tried and tested for over a century, these user friendly Kodak vintage cameras are simply timeless and could continue to last for another hundred years if they are preserved by the right photographer. Someone who really appreciates the history of photography will really benefit from these wonderful cameras, so bring back the magic of these vintage cameras by adding one to your collection today.

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