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Kodak No. 2

The Kodak No. 2 Autographic is a nice camera to use out and about. It is just the right size to fit in the palm of your hand (not being as big as many of the autographic models) but gives a nice large negative size of 6 x 9 cm. also, it is one of the few Kodak's that uses standard 120 film, which is a great benefit becasue this format is still readily available (try http://www.7dayshop.com).

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  • Medium Format (120) 6x9 Folder
  • 1916 - 1926
  • Lens aperture from dull to bright
  • Shutter up to 1/50s

Nice to use because it is so old and so many people will have taken so many different pictures with it over the years. Works flawlessly but very difficult to frame the picture in the next to useless viewfinder. There is a slight issue with film fogging. I think this is due to the red window in the back for viewing the frame numbers.

London in June 2006:

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