No.2A Folding Autographic Brownie Camera
Description: Although this No.2A Folding Autographic Brownie camera is not working, this camera will look amazing as an ornamental piece. This is quite a large camera measuring roughly (length 19cm x width 9cm x depth 4cm when opened 16cm.) It's in great condition cosmetically (Imitation leather covering is in great condition). The reversible reflecting finder is bright and clear; the little autographic stylus is present. The bellows are nice and soft. There is a genuine metal Kodak spool inside. It comes with its original box with please let it be known that the box is very scruffy and at some point has been repaired. I think you’ll agree that this will look amazing in any room or office.
Type: Folding Roll-Film
Introduced: Nov 1915
Film Size: 116
Picture Size: 2 1/4 X 4 1/4"
Lenses: Achromatic and Rapid Rectilinear
Shutters: Ball Bearing or Kodex
Kodak No.0 Box Brownie Camera (Canada)
Description: Here I have a cute vintage KODAK No.0 Brownie box camera that measures 10.5cm x 6.5cm x 8.5cm.
The No.0 Brownie is a card and wood construction camera with two reflecting finders and a hinged back with a triangular catch, the simple rotary system work well Both setting also work (I&B) the viewfinder are nice, clean, bright and clear the camera also comes with its original 127 film spool.
Fun Facts: The No.0 Brownie is a fun and interesting camera to use. It is tiny, compared to most of the Kodak box design cameras, thanks to the use of #127 film. It has a little pull lever for time exposures. When held correctly this little wonder takes sharp images, which are relatively large, suitable for contact prints or enlargements.
Size of Camera: 4”L x 2 ½ W x 3 ½ H
Type: Box Rollfilm
Introduced: May 1914
Discontinued: April 1935
Film Size: 127
Picture Size: 1 5/8 X 2 1/2"
Variations: July 1917: Film tension springs bearing on ends rather than centre of spool, direction arrows added to winding key plate 1928: Double crossed line embossed decoration replaced by double rectangles