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Kodak Number 2, Model A, Folding Pocket BrownieA Kodak Number 2folding p ocket Brownie, Model A camera with red bellows. Made in the U.S.A. it dates from the early 1900s and is not as perfect as it once was. The lens is missing, viewfinder has lost its glass and the metal supports are missing/not fixed.£9.990 bids£3.99 postageEnding Today at 6:40PM BST2h 4mBrand: Kodak
KODAK No 3 FOLDING BROWNIE, MAROON BELLOWS. WOODEN CAMERA 1905-15. ALL WORKING.A Kodak No 3 Folding Brownie with exceptionally nice Maroon Bellows, all nicely intact with no holes. The shutter is in excellent working order with T, B and I all working. It is mounted on a Mahogany lens Board.£51.0018 bids£5.90 postageEnding Today at 7:53PM BST3h 16mBrand: Kodak
Kodak Vest Pocket Camera Series III Made In USA WITH RARE INSTRUCTION BOOKCosmetically the camera is in good condition. The red leather covering has a few marks which I have identified in the photos, the camera leather is in very good condition, there are a few very small scuffs on the edge of the hinge opening.£350.00Brand: Kodak£12.50 postage
Old Eastman Kodak Vest Pocket CameraVEST POCKET CAMERA. KODAK EASTMAN. MADE BY EASTMAN KODAK Co. VEST POCKET. IT HAS THE FOLLOWING TO THE FRONT PLATE AUTOGRAPHIC KODAK. IN USED CONDITION THROUGHOUT. I BELIEVE THESE WERE USED BY TROOPS IN WW1.£24.990 bids£5.00 postageEnding Today at 10:25PM BST5h 48mBrand: Kodak
Vintage Kodak 620 folding film camera anastar 100mm lens with leather case£29.95Brand: Kodak£3.90 postage
Kodak No.3 Model H Vintage Folding Pocket Camera (Made in Canada)Made in Canada by Kodak. For display or prop only. With Kodak Anastigmat 130mm lens.£20.00Brand: Kodak£3.25 postage
Kodak No.1 A Autographic JR folding bellows cameraIn Good Condition and in full working order. Lens elements clean and free from haze. Bellows intact with no holes. Shutter all works correctly. Come with empty spool. Film no longer available.£10.015 bids£5.99 postageEnding Today at 8:57PM BST4h 20mBrand: Kodak
A Vintage Kodak Folding Brownie Camera with leather case and accessories£18.000 bids£2.90 postageEnding Today at 8:46PM BST4h 9mBrand: Kodak
KODAK NO 2 A FOLDING POCKET BROWNIE CAMERA WITH RARE RED BELLOW'SIt as 2nd class recorded with no extra cost. From a pet and smoke free home. and i may be able to help.£69.00Brand: Kodak£4.20 postage
Kodak Vest Pocket Folding Camera for repairKodak Vest Pocket 127 Folding camera.£12.95Brand: Kodak£3.50 postage
VINTAGE CLASSIC 1950s KODAK JUNIOR II FOLDING CAMERA WITH ORIGINAL CASE£17.99Brand: KodakFree postage
CASED KODAK BANTAM FOLDING CAMERA c1930s plus 2 X RETINA FOLDING CAMERASCASED KODAK BANTAM c1930s FOLDING CAMERA 47mm f4.5 KODAK ANASTIGMAT LENS. CASE KODAK RETINA 1. CASED KODAK RETINA 1a FOLDING CAMERA SYNCHRO-COMPUR 50mm f3.5 SCHNEIDER RETINA XENAR LENS.£80.000 bids£10.00 postageEnding Today at 8:29PM BST3h 52mBrand: Kodak
Vtg KODAK “Vest Pocket Kodak” Autographic Camera for A-127 Film & Leather CaseKODAK “Vest Pocket Kodak” Autographic Camera for A-127 Film & Leather Case In lovely vintage condition with minimal age related wear that does not detract from its overall presentation or use, the lens is missing a screw to hold it securely (easily fixed), Bellows are worn and have holes. Needs a light clean. Otherwise a lovely camera Please view photos carefully as they form part of the description Please view my other listings£30.00Brand: Kodak£4.00 postage
KODAK No.2A FOLDING AUTOGRAPHIC BROWNIE with case£15.00Brand: Kodak£3.25 postage
VEST POCKET VINTAGE KODAK FOLDING CAMERA A/FTHE CAMERA IS MISSING ONE SIDE PLATE.£11.990 bids£3.50 postageEnding Saturday at 7:14PM BST4d 2hBrand: Kodak
New listingKODAK ANTIQUE 1909 VINTAGE Nº 2A FOLDING POCKET BROWNIE RED BELLOWS MODEL ANº 2A FOLDING POCKET BROWNIE. A nice collectors item that looks great as a display piece.£39.95£3.70 postageBrand: Kodak
EASTMAN KODAK EARLY VEST POCKET AUTOGRAPHIC SPECIAL 127 CAMERA AND CASE & STYLUSThey were the first cameras to use the smaller 127 film reels. The Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak was a version advertised as "Soldier's camera" during WWI. Small, lightweight camera. Kodak Vest pocket Autographic Special 127 Leather covered folding camera in Kodak leather camera case & autographic stylus.£300.00Brand: Kodak£3.90 postage
Vintage KODAK 66 Model 111 Folding Camera with Carrying CaseNO EXCEPTIONS MADE! Camera in great condition for age, lens clear, just a few external scuff marks.£9.990 bids£4.00 postageEnding Friday at 9:05PM BST3d 4hBrand: Kodak
Antique Vintage Good Condition Kodak Vest Pocket Model B 127 Film Camera£20.00£3.20 postageBrand: Kodak
Kodak Brownie Six-20 Folding camera in original boxVG condition Kodak Six-20 Folding Brownie in original box. Shutter works, Ideal as a shelf piece but if you can find any 620 film you should be able to use it. The box is a bit grubby.£20.00Brand: Kodak£3.00 postage
Kodak Vollenda 620 Vintage Folding CameraKodak Vollenda 620 Vintage Folding Camera In good condition, all shutter and aperture functions working Lens has a few specks but not too bad All vinyl is intact with a bit of wear from age Canvas case has wear but is all still together Thanks for looking!!!£30.00£3.00 postageBrand: Kodak
Vintage Eastman Kodak No 1 Pocket CameraVintage Eastman Kodak No1 pocket camera A original antique foldaway camera The camera has not been tested In good condition for its age, please see pictures Will only post within the UK Thank you for looking£5.001 bid£3.00 postageEnding Wednesday at 10:33AM BST17h 56mBrand: Kodak
New listingVEST POCKET KODAK No.A 127 CAMERAUntested, used with scratches, paint peeling, all buttons are working. Please see fotos for more details, what you see is the item you will receive. Thanks£50.00Brand: Kodak£3.90 postage
Rare KODAK Retina Compur Rapid c.1939? Polish Origin Pre-War?Rare Kodak Retina Compur Rapid c.1939? Polish Origin Pre-War? This is my father's old camera which was given to him in the 1960s. It is believed to have been purchased from Poland and has corroborative stamping on the top of the leather case. In used condition, as per the pictures, but as far as I am aware is still in full working order. *Please note item will be relisted if payment not received immediately. If I am good enough to accept an offer I would appreciate it if you are good enough to make payment* Buy it now for just £39.99 or best offer! Any questions please contact me and remember to take a look at my other quality items. Should there be anything unsatisfactory the buyer will always come first. Good luck!£39.99Brand: Kodak£4.80 postage
Kodak Monitor Six-16 - 1939 616 Film Folding Camera in Case - working1939 folding camera for 616 rollfilm with Kodak Anastigmat 130mm f/6.3 lens in No. 1 Diomatic shutter in brown leather case. Kodak Monitor Six-16. Good cosmetic condition, shutter working, lens has light fungus.£39.99Brand: KodakFree postage
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Kodak Vintage Folding Camera
Created in the late 1800s, folding cameras continued to be popular right into the 1930s, with some manufacturers producing them well into the 70s. Kodak vintage folding cameras have always been a popular camera model for buyers.
These types of camera fold into a compact package for easy storage. The lens and shutter at the front are attached to a board which is connected to the body of the camera by folding bellows. The folding function works like an accordion - the expansion and compression of the camera is done through the intake and output of air.
Back at the time of their initial launch, the benefit of this type of camera was the good physical-size to film-size ratio offered by the folding capabilities of the camera. Today these cameras are more of a collector's item.
History of the folding camera
Vintage folding cameras were the first types of mainstream cameras - they came on the scene in the 1800s when the Eastman Company launched the first Kodak roll-film camera in 1888. Then, the following year the Kodak folding camera was launched with a built-in 48 exposure film roll. Then in 1900 Eastman had the funds to produce a Brownie roll-film camera for just £1, including a 6 exposure film. This vintage camera series was produced until 1970.
Types of vintage folding cameras
The Brownie Pliant Six-16 camera formed the foundation of the Brownie camera, with George Eastman's aim to make photography accessible to the masses. This was achieved because the lens was not as powerful and therefore not as expensive as other camera models. Although made in the United States, the camera was first launched in 1937 for the French market and is more commonly found in Europe.
Another camera made in 1939, the folding Hawk-Eye Six-20 Model C had a simple lens and used 620 roll film. This foldable camera model had a bright optical finder and a 1/100 shutter speed that allowed for an 'instant' setting.
The Folding Pocket Kodak launched in 1897, this is the oldest version of these popular Kodak vintage cameras - this sparked a long line of pocket folding cameras. At the time, it was deemed extremely portable, at 6 inches in length and 3.54 inches in height, it would fold down to only 1.57 inches. It also used new technology that its predecessors did not have - a spring that would stop the lense at precisely the right distance from the film, making it an obvious purchase choice at the time.