Find Deals on Kodak Films in Cameras on Amazon Vintage Kodak Brownie Junior Six-20 Art Deco 620 Roll Film Box Camera V14. $32.81. Free shipping. or Best Offer. Kodak Duaflex II 620 Film Camera. Original Box Instructions Book Made In USA. $31.45. Was: $37.00 However, the 120 format eventually won out over 620. The first camera to use 620 film was the Kodak Six-20, sold from 1932-1933. The Kodak Brownie Reflex 20, sold from 1959 to 1966, is believed to be the last Kodak 620 format camera made. Some cameras were made to accept 620 film only while others were made to accept both 620 and 120 620 Film Minute - Kodak Brownie Flashmite 20 Camera. Posted: 06/10/2017 . By: Michael Raso . The awesome 1960 blue/grey molded plastic 620 film camera! It takes 12 square images on each roll of 620 film. It's built-in flash takes 2-AA batteries and uses AG-1 bulbs The 620 format was introduced by Kodak in 1931 as an intended alternative to 120. Although mostly used by Kodak cameras, it is also used by other camera of that era. The 620 format is essentially the same film on a thinner and narrower spool. 620 is no longer manufactured so we have manufactured our own mold-injected
The Brownie Reflex 20 was probably the last 620-film camera to be made by Kodak. Kodak finally stopped manufacturing 620 film in the mid-1990's, but with a little bit of effort, 120 film can be used in 620 cameras, as the film is the same, only the spools differ. See the hints'n'tips-section for details 35mm to 620 film camera adapter Set Kodak Canon Nikon (3pcs) $10.49. Free shipping. 116 sold. Kodak Panatomic- VP 620 Black and White Film. Expired in 1967 The Brownie Hawkeye takes 620 film, unfortunately no one makes 620 anymore. However, all is not lost. Kodak, Fuji and many others still produce 120 film in color and black and white. With a tiny bit of work, you can use 120 film in your Hawkeye. 120 & 620 film are exactly the same film, nothing is different between them other than the spools. The original Brownie sold for one dollar ($31 in 2021). The required 117 mm film was likewise affordable, as was processing your shots by sending them to Kodak or at a local lab. The original Brownie was produced in 1888 and released in February of 1900. It's an example of a box camera A very good camera and movie film selection. Thanks to Bill Lee for the info! Central Camera Chicago *Since 1899! A very good camera and movie film selection. Thanks to Christine for the URL correction! Cinelab Motion Picture Laboratories New Bedford, Massachusetts Pull those Brownie movie cameras out and start shooting! Thanks to Rebecca for.
620. $57.5. KODAK Duo Six-20 Series II Camera. 1937. 1939. 620. $57.5. KODAK Duo Six-20 Series II Camera with Rangefinder. 1939 620 roll film, introduced by Kodak in 1931 as an alternative to 120 film. 620 film was never able to gain market share on 120 film likely because professional photographers invested heavily in equipment around the 120 film size The 620 was introduced by Kodak in 1931 and uses the same film on a thinner and narrower spool. I received the Kodak Six-20 Bull's Eye Camera as a gift from my brother-in-law and it is lovely. The crutch? The 620 film format is no longer being produced. To make use of this vintage camera, I found a way to fit a 120 film for my 620 film camera 107 Brownie 620 8-32 U.S. German and France language 108 Brownie 620 8-32 U.S. control information in France language 109 Brownie 620 8-32 U.S. control information in English language 110 Brownie 620 f11-f22 111 Brownie 620 f11-f22 front variation 112 Brownie 620 f11-f22 113 Brownie 620 NO MANUFACTURED NAME 114 Kodak Box 620 115 Kodak Box 620 KdF - Kraft durch Freud
. I am not sure of Kodak's intentions with the 620 format, as its width is the same as 120 film made today, a format that was quite commonplace back when the Brownie Hawkeye was popular The Twin 20 is a black, molded plastic box camera with an aluminium faceplate and side panels. It is very similar in style to other Kodak camera of the time, most notably the Starlet, Starflash and Starmite (more on these at a later date, they are on my 'to do' list) It takes 620 film, producing 12 6x6cm negatives February 24, 2020. May 26, 2021. Aly's Vintage Camera Alley. Not to be confused with the Target Brownie 620 made in 1941, the Kodak Brownie Target Six-20 was made from 1946 until 1952. It has the Art Deco stripe design on the front plate that was common back in the era of skyscrapers. The Kodak Brownie Target Six-20 Box Camera
The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye is a Bakelite camera taking 6x6cm images on 620 film, made in the USA and France by Kodak, between c.1949-1961 . There were also examples labelled Brownie Fiesta. The original design did not have a flash facility, but the Flash model was added in 1950 and labeled Kodak Brownie Flash in France 620 roll film, introduced by Kodak in 1931 as an alternative to 120 film. 620 film was never able to gain market share on 120 film likely because professional photographers invested heavily in equipment around the 120 film size
.99. 620 BW Film - Kodak TMax 100 (1 Roll The Brownie Bull's-Eye shoots 620 film, which is just 120 film on a different spool. I've picked up a few of them over time, and I just re-spool 120 film on one when I want to shoot. Sometimes you can modify a 120 spool for use in a 620 camera, but it's just easier to use an original 620, I think
A recent search through my grandfather's attic revealed a Kodak Brownie Special Six-20 camera. It is in pristine condition and I plan to use it. It takes only 620 film (which I will re-roll from 120 spools). My question is: Does anyone know the fixed-aperture setting and the shutter speed on this model. I've checked th roll film is taped to the backing paper at the #1 leading end, the trailing end is loose to allow the film to be rolled properly.. some 620 cameras will accept 120 spools for the new full roll of film. example: some kodak brownie hawkeyes will take a fresh 120 spool, but later models are designed so they will NOT. a purpose - made bump
Vintage KODAK HAWKEYE Brownie 620 Film CAMERA Paperwork In Original Box. Pre-Owned. C $37.73. Top Rated Seller Top Rated Seller. or Best Offer. from United States. S p o n s o r e d. Kodak Vollenda 620 film camera Nagel Germany F 4.5 F 10.5 CM Compur Shutter. Pre-Owned. C $81.78. Top Rated Seller Top Rated Seller . By Peggy 2019-11-07 ( 6) I chose a Fomapan 100 as I thought a faster film would be over exposed at the camera's f11 aperture and 1/50th speed. There is also a bulb mode and, as with most Brownies, you can take multiple exposures. Categories: Junk Camera Finds Tags: 620, brownie, c, camera, kodak, model.
1959 Kodak Brownie Twin 20 620 film camera Shutter approx 1/40th sec. Three exposure settings: ev13 (f16), ev14 (f22), ev15 (f32) The camera will yield 12 6x6 images per roll film. The unit I purchased came in its original box which included the Kodak Supermite Flash (takes AG-1 flash bulbs). I tested the camera by rolling 120 film onto 620 core. Works perfectly with the (paper backed-film. Or check out all of my camera reviews here. The Kodak Six-20 takes eight rectangular photos on every roll of 620 film. I loaded some Kodak Plus-X and went to town, albeit briefly, as it takes little time to snap eight shots. I shot using the Sunny 16 rule. Aside from the foggy brilliant viewfinder, the camera itself functioned well See the User Manual here:- Kodak Brownie Twin 20 manual. This camera takes 620 film which is still available from selected photographic outlets. Although the actual film is the same as 120 film, the spools are different. The 620 spools are slightly shorter and have a smaller diameter. Do not use 120 film in this camera because it will jam and.
Kodak Brownie Hawkeye (flash model) click for sample. Produced 1950-61 (1955) Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, NY USA. Film type 620 rollfilm. Picture size 6×6. Weight 15.5oz (439.4g) Lens single element meniscus. Focal range assume 2m to infinity for most box cameras Dec 20, 2017 - Kodak Six-20 Brownie Model C (1946) - 620 film camera (UK - Metal body) Dec 20, 2017 - Kodak Six-20 Brownie Model C (1946) - 620 film camera (UK - Metal body) Pinterest. Today. Explore. When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe. The Brownie camera was very affordable, selling for only $1 each. Plus, for only 15 cents, a Brownie camera owner could buy a six-exposure film cartridge that could be loaded in daylight. For an extra 10 cents a photo plus 40 cents for developing and postage, users could send their film to Kodak for development, eliminating the need to invest. The Kodak Brownie Six-20 Model D is a box-type camera from the 1950s. It is similar to the Model C which was without flash contacts. The facade has the horizontal stripes and the corners are rounded reminiscent of the Streamline Moderne period. Other features like the concentric circles and the chrome embellishments give a nod to the main Art. Vintage Art Deco Style 620 TLR Film Camera Kodak Duaflex II with Case. £39.99. Click & Collect. (£39.99/Unit) Free postage. Kodak Junior 1 - Vintage 1950's Folding 620 Film Camera
Using 120 film in the Brownie. The Hawkeye box pictured at the top of this article states that only 620 film can be used in this camera. Likewise, when the camera is opened, it clearly states to load only with Kodak 620 film and cannot be used with 120 film. The bad news is Kodak discontinued 620 film in the 1990's 120 film was introduced by Eastman Kodak in 1901 for the inexpensive Brownie Box cameras. Initially marketed to consumers for snapshots, it later became the preferred format for professionals. At 2 ¼ inches wide, the negatives are larger than 35mm, delivering higher resolution and sharpness KODAK BROWNIE MODEL E 620 ROLL FILM BOX CAMERA & LEATHER CASE. AU $59.00 + AU $30.00 shipping + AU $30.00 shipping + AU $30.00 shipping. Kodak Brownie six-20 Model E 620 film box camera - made in England. AU $23.80 + shipping + shipping + shipping. VINTAGE KODAK DUAFLEX II - KODAR LENS, PSEUDO TLR BOX CAMERA, BOX & MANUAL - USA The label on the Inside of the film door says to use 620 film on the Kodak Flash II. The best option is to rewind the film from a 120 spool onto a 620 spool. The first Box Brownie camera released in 1900 was a very basic cardboard box with a simple meniscus lens that took 2 1/4-inch square pictures and used 117 roll film
A continuation of the Folding Brownie Camera series, but with the addition of the Autographic feature. About 1916, when the 3A size was introduced, they were all given the new rounded ends. Year: 1916 - 1926: Film Size: 122: Value: $12 - $20 - Original list price - $18: Acquired: April 1, 2000 Before I even got in to film photography, my mother gifted me a Kodak Brownie — a Kodak Brownie Target Six-20 — complete with original box, manual, and envelope to mail in the film. The camera sat on my shelf for months, until I decided to see about getting some film for it The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye takes 620 film. It is a glorified box camera, but such was the state of proletarian photography for much of the 20th century. Many collectors report that some Brownie Hawkeyes accept 120 film on the supply spool, which would certainly make it less of a hassle to shoot with this camera The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye camera was made for 620 medium format film, which is no longer commercially available. Don't be troubled by this, as 120 film is still available, and is exactly the same as 620 film, the only difference is in the size of the spools
1950`s kodak brownie reflex 20 620 roll film camera, in very good condition, made in usa, film spool is inside and winds ok. clean inside, working shutter but camera has not been film tested. . please check out my other ebay items . on 10-dec-07 at 10:53:23 aedst, seller added the following information:. Black. Country/Region of Manufacture: United States. Brand: Kodak. This 1941 Eastman Kodak Brownie Target Six-20 620 film Box Art deco Camera was made in the USA by the Eastman Kodak Company. It is being sold as is and not tested. It appears to be well preserved for the many years since it was made. See pictures for condition Kodak Ektar 100 is a great color choice, while Kodak T-Max 100, CatLABS X FILM 80 (ISO 80), Ilford FP4+ (ISO 125) or Fomapan 100 Classic all make great choices for re-rolling film for use in a Duaflex (or Brownie, or most other classic 620 cameras, actually) The 6-20, as the name implies, takes 620 sized film. This is a size that has not been made in years. However, Film For Classics takes fresh 120 film and puts it on a 620 spool. You can use this directly in your Kodak Junior 6-20 Camera without respooling Kodak Six-20 Bulls-Eye (Brownie) box camera. The Six-20 Bulls-Eye, opened up to load the film. The simple metal tabs that hold the spools in place make swapping film really easy. (Daniel J. Schneider) There's nothing like a solid Bakelite brick of vintage photographic simplicity, and the Kodak Six-20 Bulls-Eye fits that description on every.
Media in category 620 film cameras The following 64 files are in this category, out of 64 total. 2A Beau Brownie.jpg. Kodak box camera.JPG. Kodak Brownie Bull's-Eye.jpg. Kodak Brownie Flash III.jpg. Kodak Brownie Flash.jpg. Kodak Brownie Hawkeye camera.jpg. Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash ca.1950-1961.jpg. Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash.jpg. Starting in the early 30s, all roll-film Kodak cameras would use either 620 or 616 film which is no longer made, making the No. 2 Brownie the only model that can easily be used without modification. The name Brownie No. 2 is stamped into the leather handle which is often missing when these cameras show up for sale Kodak Brownie Six-20 Model D Made in England. c1946-53. Metal Box camera for 2 14/4 x 3 14/4 exp on 620 film. With leather carry strap. Original box which is all there but has seen better days. ~ Light rust on rear clip, otherwise good condition. Asking Price $30.0 Kodak photographic film cameras. No. 1 AUTOGRAPHIC Kodak Special Camera (Model B) (Back overlaps sides) Focus by thumb-turned gear. (Only produced for a few months) Brownie 127 Camera (Imported from KLtd.) Brownie STARLET Camera (Imported from KLtd.) Kodak Ensemble (Kodak Petite Camera in suede case with lipstick, compact, and mirror; three.
A list of cameras that Eastman Kodak has produced. A nice guide for collectors of kodak film and digital cameras. darkroom loaded film: $10: Baby BROWNIE Camera [photo] 1934: 1941: 127: $1: 2: Baby BROWNIE Special Camera [photo] 1939: 1954: 127: $1.25: 2: Boy Scout BROWNIE Camera: 620: $15: BROWNIE FIESTA Camera (Two-tone dark and light. This is a Kodak No. 3A Folding Brownie made by the Eastman Kodak Company from 1909 to 1915. The No. 3A version of this camera took very large postcard sized images on 122 format film. There was a slightly smaller variant of this camera known as the No. 3 Folding Brownie that took smaller images on 124 film Some Kodak and Brownie folding cameras made from 1914 to the 1930's have a little door on the back which is marked use Autographic film A-(number). A-116 film, for example, was for the same size pictures as 116 film but instead of red and black duplex paper, the film was wound with a sheet of carbon paper and thin red paper
Currently Kodak manufactures a lot of digital equipment, cameras, printers, etc. In 2012 the company filed for the bankruptcy protection. To get a better understanding of the Kodak film sizes you may want to check the Kodak film size classification. Also you might like to visit a site by Chuck Baker with many articles about Kodak cameras and films This Brownie camera is a self erecting folding (bellows) roll film type, with a folding frame finder. The camera used 620 film, and produced a picture size 2.25 x 3.25 inches. It has a Kodette II shutter mechanism and a meniscus lens. It has a leather hand strap on one side. The shutter button is to one side of the lens The base of the camera can be removed for film loading and also houses the film advance knob which cocks the shutter. This prevents the shutter from being fired again right after an exposure. There is also the larger 'Brownie Reflex 20' that is essentially a Starflex that accepts 620 roll film resulting in a 6x6cm negative
So a Kodak No. 2A Folding Pocket Brownie is grouped in the Kodak Brownie section. Kodak would put numbers first, Brownie first, Autographic last. Hopefully this help you find it. Many of the folding cameras work basically are the same. Many take 120 film, still available. If buying 120 film, check the PROCESSING price. Color may be cheaper Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera - Flash Model. October 12, 2020. October 18, 2020. Aly's Vintage Camera Alley. The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye was made from 1949-1961. It's made of Bakelite and was designed by Kodaks own designer Arthur Hunt Crapsey Jr. It was one of many easy to use cameras Kodak Eastman made for the everyday person who simply. Kodak No. 2A Brownie Camera Model B Made in USA Made in 1907 116 film - strap OK - red eye OK - empty spool present relief seal on back with type of film and type label on back reading made in US Kodak Six-20 Brownie Target made in USA made in 1938 620 film - strap OK - red eye OK - empty spool present Not tested with film. The photos are part of the description. Weight of the parcel 1. If you are out and about in the eBay Universe, or maybe your local thrift store, you should also take a look at the Kodak Brownie Flash 20 or the Brownie Flashmite 20.Again, these models have identical controls as the Twin 20 and reflex 20 cameras, but incorporate an eye-level viewfinder and a built-in flash, with the Flashmite 20 using a small AG-1 flashbulb, and the Flash 20 using an M8 bulb Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Camera (Uses 620 film) Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash Camera (Uses 620 film) Keh Model# 227283 . Compare Model Add to Wish List. Share. $0.00. Skip to the end of the images gallery . Close button Skip to the beginning of the images gallery . Got one to sell
Produced only in USA from 1959 until 1964, this rare and unusual 620 film camera features both a convential view finder together with a waist level finder. Offered in good condition and complete wit Breaking down this #Brownie #TargetSix20 for some repair, cleaning, and prep work for my first roll of 620 film. A photo posted by Bobby Rettew (@bobbyrettew) on May 28, 2016 at 7:42am PDT It was probably manufactured in the 1940's by Eastman Kodak to encourage people to buy film and take pictures
Kodak Brownie Target Six-20 Box Film Camera Sample Photos: Film Size: 620 Picture Size: 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 Marketed: 1946 to 1952: Lens Mount: Fixed: Random Kodak Brownie Target Six-20 Samples from 10 available Photos Comments All photos are copyrighted and may not be used without permission from the photographer All Cameras >> Kodak >> Kodak Brownie Bull's-Eye Kodak Brownie Bull's-Eye Box Film Camera Sample Photos: Film Size: 620 Picture Size: 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 Marketed: 1954 to 1960: Lens Mount: Fixed: Shutter Speeds: Instant or Long: Random Kodak Brownie Bull's-Eye Samples from 5 available Photo Vintage Kodak 'Brownie 620' Box Camera 1937/1938, made by Eastman Kodak, Harrow, England, great little camera made from cardboard body covered in a leatherette vinyl cover, with a real leather handle, has a disc around the lens with the words 'Popular Brownie, takes 620 Kodak film', great condition, has a few scuffs, see photos, size 3″ W x 4.5″ D x 4″ The slow shutter speed means that care must be taken to hold the camera steady when shooting. The 620 film that the Brownie was designed for is difficult to find today, and while 120 can be used, it demands either respooling on 620 spools or trimming the edge of the 120 spools to allow it to run smoothly; a 620 spool is still needed for the. There are several cameras in my collection that I like very much, but none have taught me more about the art and craft of photography than this modest little Kodak No.2 Folding Autographic Brownie.I acquired two of them some years ago. Up until that time, I had very little interest in the old Kodak folders that seemed rather awkward looking and unpromising in terms of capacities Seller: kingofhobbies ️ (7,023) 99.4%, Location: Klaipėda, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 143285594162 KODAK POPULAR BROWNIE BOX CAMERA 620 FILM c.1937-38. This is a used camera in good cosmetic condition, with some normal traces of usage. The camera is working at all speed levels. The lenses has haze, dust fragments