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Kodak Six-20 Brownie Model F – Vintage Box Camera with Case

Kodak Six-20 Brownie Model F – Vintage Box Camera with Case

– Box roll-film camera with original case
– Introduced in 1955
– Takes 620 size film
– Picture Size: 2 1/4 X 3 1/4″
– Single blade shutter
– Lens: Meniscus F/11, 100mm, With A Slide-In Portrait Lens

The Six-20 Brownie Model F is a “deluxe” version of the popular Six-20 Brownie Model E. This well made Brownie features a light brown leather cloth covered metal body, gilt metalwork, brass fittings, and two brilliant view-finders. This camera has a very useful built-in sliding portrait lens for close-ups, and a yellow filter for use with black and white film. It has a 2-pin flash contact for flash pictures, tripod sockets for horizontal and vertical use, and a shutter safety catch that helps eliminate double exposures. It also features a cable release socket, which is uncommon on Brownie cameras.

Of course this is a vintage item from the 1950s – please check the pictures carefully for the physical condition of the camera, and do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.

£30.00

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Kodak Six-20 Brownie Model F – Vintage Box Camera with Case

– Box roll-film camera with original case
– Introduced in 1955
– Takes 620 size film
– Picture Size: 2 1/4 X 3 1/4″
– Single blade shutter
– Lens: Meniscus F/11, 100mm, With A Slide-In Portrait Lens

The Six-20 Brownie Model F is a “deluxe” version of the popular Six-20 Brownie Model E. This well made Brownie features a light brown leather cloth covered metal body, gilt metalwork, brass fittings, and two brilliant view-finders. This camera has a very useful built-in sliding portrait lens for close-ups, and a yellow filter for use with black and white film. It has a 2-pin flash contact for flash pictures, tripod sockets for horizontal and vertical use, and a shutter safety catch that helps eliminate double exposures. It also features a cable release socket, which is uncommon on Brownie cameras.

Of course this is a vintage item from the 1950s – please check the pictures carefully for the physical condition of the camera, and do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.