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Description
Spotmatic Asahi Pentex camera. A lens is screwed on to the front of the camera. Three dials for adustments on top and a hole with threads to attach it to a tripod or another surface on the bottom. Silver and Black. Two hooks to attach a strap to the Camera.
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Category
RECREATION OBJECTS
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Japan
Description
Spotmatic Asahi Pentex camera. A lens is screwed on to the front of the camera. Three dials for adustments on top and a hole with threads to attach it to a tripod or another surface on the bottom. Silver and Black. Two hooks to attach a strap to the Camera.
History Of Use
Cameras and equipment from donor's private collection.
Height
8
Width
15
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
2009.17.3
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
Spotmatic Asahi Pentex camera with a black carrying strap. Camera has a removable lens attached and three dials on the top for adustment. Black and Silver.
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Category
RECREATION OBJECTS
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Japan
Description
Spotmatic Asahi Pentex camera with a black carrying strap. Camera has a removable lens attached and three dials on the top for adustment. Black and Silver.
History Of Use
Cameras and equipment from donor's private collection.
Height
8
Width
15
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
2009.17.4
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
Spotmatic Soligor camera with a cap covering the opening with threads for a lens to be attached. The camera has some scratches on it and a rubbed off sticker mark. It has three adustble dials and a spot on the bottom to open for the battery. A hole with threads on the bottom to attach it to a tripo…
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Category
RECREATION OBJECTS
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Japan
Description
Spotmatic Soligor camera with a cap covering the opening with threads for a lens to be attached. The camera has some scratches on it and a rubbed off sticker mark. It has three adustble dials and a spot on the bottom to open for the battery. A hole with threads on the bottom to attach it to a tripod or another surface.
History Of Use
Cameras and equipment from donor's private collection.
Height
8
Width
15
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
2009.17.5
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
a) Brown leather case for Yashica camera. Leather is worn around the edges. Bottom piece of the case has a screw to attach the camera onto it. case is lined with red velvet. b)Yashica K1030968 (Japan) camera. Two dials on the top of the camera for adustments. Removable lens attached. Black and Silv…
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Category
RECREATION OBJECTS
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Japan
Description
a) Brown leather case for Yashica camera. Leather is worn around the edges. Bottom piece of the case has a screw to attach the camera onto it. case is lined with red velvet. b)Yashica K1030968 (Japan) camera. Two dials on the top of the camera for adustments. Removable lens attached. Black and Silver.
History Of Use
Cameras and equipment from donor's private collection.
Height
10
Width
15
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
2009.17.6 a-b
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
Agfa Flex Colour Solinar camera, Lens can be removed with hand grips to adjust the focus. Camera is in a brown leather case, fastened with snaps and flaps. Case has a long brown adjustable leather strapwith brown leather case attached
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Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Germany
Description
Agfa Flex Colour Solinar camera, Lens can be removed with hand grips to adjust the focus. Camera is in a brown leather case, fastened with snaps and flaps. Case has a long brown adjustable leather strapwith brown leather case attached
History Of Use
Cameras and equipment from donor's private collection.
Height
11
Width
15
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Dimension Notes
Measurements are approximate.
Accession No.
2009.17.8
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
Sturdy brown leather camera case with zipper and brown leather carrying strap. The interior is red felt, with a middle divider. The bottom of the case has silver feet and "Made in Germany" is stamped on the bottom. There is no brand name visible on the case.
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Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
GERMANY
Description
Sturdy brown leather camera case with zipper and brown leather carrying strap. The interior is red felt, with a middle divider. The bottom of the case has silver feet and "Made in Germany" is stamped on the bottom. There is no brand name visible on the case.
Accession No.
2013.24.56
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Material
METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN; PAPER; METAL\ALLOY-COPPER; ANIMAL-LEATHER;
Description
A black camera with a lid that opens up. It has a lens attached to an accordion paper. This is attached to a metal piece that enables it to slide up and down the inside of the lid.
Manufacturer
Kodak/Brownie, Rochester
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
UNITED STATES
Description
A black camera with a lid that opens up. It has a lens attached to an accordion paper. This is attached to a metal piece that enables it to slide up and down the inside of the lid.
History Of Use
Kodak Brownie. E.Hann 1929. The first Brownie camera was marketed in 1900. It was priced at $1 and used film which sold for 15 cents a roll. For the first time, the hobby of photography was within the financial reach of almost everyone. The N0. 3A Autographic Kodak Special made in Rochester, U.S.A., was the first camera to have a coupled rangefinder, 1916.
Material
METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN; PAPER; METAL\ALLOY-COPPER; ANIMAL-LEATHER;
Height
11
Width
4.5
Length
19.2
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1987.42.2
Photograph or Negative No.
None
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Material
FABRIC-UNKNOWN;
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
Description
a) A leatherette covered black No. 2A Model B Kodak Brownie camera. There is a metal winding key on one side and a black leather handle on another. b) The case that removes for loading by releasing two pivoted catches and pulling out winding key. The top is made of the same leatherette and the main…
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Title
No. 2 Brownie
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1911
End Date
1936
Description
a) A leatherette covered black No. 2A Model B Kodak Brownie camera. There is a metal winding key on one side and a black leather handle on another. b) The case that removes for loading by releasing two pivoted catches and pulling out winding key. The top is made of the same leatherette and the main body is thin metal. Embossed on the metal is "No.2 A BROWNIE CAMERA MODEL B. U.S. PATENTS FEB 1.1916. MAR.21.116".
Material
FABRIC-UNKNOWN;
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
Height
16
Width
8.6
Length
12.8
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Number Of Parts
2
Accession No.
2013.24.83 a-b
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Material
ANIMAL - LEATHER
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
Description
A camera in a black casing with leather handle on top. The front folds down and an accordion like cloth with a lens on the front comes out. On one side there is a lever that measures the 'feet' and 'meter'. On the other side is a silver box with a lens like object on the front.
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Manufacturer
Kodak, Rochester
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
UNITED STATES
Description
A camera in a black casing with leather handle on top. The front folds down and an accordion like cloth with a lens on the front comes out. On one side there is a lever that measures the 'feet' and 'meter'. On the other side is a silver box with a lens like object on the front.
Narrative
KODAK Milestones bookley, found in Camera file. Pg. 4-5. Dates to look at are 1885 & 1888 & 1890.
History Of Use
Kodak's first folding camera was introduced in 1890. It could produce 48 four by five-inch pictures. Advertisements for Kodak cameras now read: 'Seven styles and sizes.' The Kodak's founder was George Eastman. The name 'Kodak' was born in 1888. He wanted a short word that could be spelled and pronounced easily in any language. The Number One KODAK Camera was placed on the market in 1888. Loaded with enough EASTMAN American Film for 100 pictures, it sold for $25. The camera and exposed film were returned to Rochester to have the film developed, prints made, and the camera reloaded - all for $10. This was the beginning of the "complete system of photography." Widespread publicity appeared in national magazines, and Eastman coined a slogan for his new system: You press the button-we do the rest."
Material
ANIMAL - LEATHER
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
Height
11.7
Width
6.5
Length
25
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Number Of Parts
1
Accession No.
1971.81.2
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
Teco Roll Film Camera- Made in Britain. The T. Eaton Company. No. 3 2 1/2 X 4 1/4
Category
COMMUNICATION OBJECTS
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
Teco Roll Film Camera- Made in Britain. The T. Eaton Company. No. 3 2 1/2 X 4 1/4
History Of Use
Estate of Vernon and Evelyn Glass
Number Of Parts
2
Accession No.
2010.31.2 a-b
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Material
FABRIC-UNKNOWN;
GLASS;
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Description
When closed the camera is a black rectangle with "THE PREMO CAMERA" on a small red circle on the top. When opened three sides fold out. When the wider side folds down it reveals a track where the camera can slide out. The camera and the inside of the box is made of wood and gold-coloured metal. The…
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Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
When closed the camera is a black rectangle with "THE PREMO CAMERA" on a small red circle on the top. When opened three sides fold out. When the wider side folds down it reveals a track where the camera can slide out. The camera and the inside of the box is made of wood and gold-coloured metal. The camera folds out to reveal an accordian like piece of fabric attached to a wooden frame. On the front of the frame is a piece of glass with straight cut corners. This accordian slowly narrows and ends in the black and gold lens with a wooden frame. On the lens is "LONG PREMO FOCUS". Envgraved on a metal plate on the back is "RO & C.Co ROCHESTER NY".
Material
FABRIC-UNKNOWN;
GLASS;
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Height
25.7
Width
18.2
Length
25.3
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Dimension Notes
Measurements are for the closed camera.
Accession No.
2013.24.25
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
a) A rectangular black camera with a leather covering. On the top of the camera is a leather strap attached with two metal screws with "Midget No 1" printed on it. On the front is a metal dial with "COVER 32 16 11 8" printed on it and a circular metal badge with "BUTCHER'S FAMOUS MIDG BRITISH MADE"…
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Manufacturer
Butcher
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Britain
Start Date
1900
End Date
1920
Description
a) A rectangular black camera with a leather covering. On the top of the camera is a leather strap attached with two metal screws with "Midget No 1" printed on it. On the front is a metal dial with "COVER 32 16 11 8" printed on it and a circular metal badge with "BUTCHER'S FAMOUS MIDG BRITISH MADE" printed on it. The front flap is released by two metal clasps and inside is a metal spring attached to wooden piece with "363" carved on it. b-g) Also inside the camera are six metal plates with the numbers 1-6 carved on the corresponding one.
Narrative
The Midg are a line of cameras made by the British company Butcher in the 1900s and 1910s. All are made of mahogany and contain a drop-plate magazine. It is a box-shaped detective cameras. The Midg No.1 has a focusing Beck Symmetrical lens and an everset shutter. It can hold 12 plates or 24 film sheets in quarter-plate size (3¼×4¼ ), and this camera has 6 plate holders inside. A Midg No.1 was used in 1917 by Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths for the famous "Cottingley fairies" hoax.
Height
a) 15.5
Width
a) 9.1 b) 8.2
Length
a) 18.3 b-g) 11.5
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Number Of Parts
7
Accession No.
2013.24.91 a-g
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
Camera is enclosed within a black square box with a handle on top. The camera has red bellows.
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Title
Kodak No 4. Cartridge
Manufacturer
Kodak
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1897
End Date
1907
Description
Camera is enclosed within a black square box with a handle on top. The camera has red bellows.
History Of Use
The Kodak No. 4 Cartridge Camera was a camera for the more advanced amateur photographer because it had some settings, like horizontal and vertical shift of the lens board, that were of no use to the snap-shooter. Several lens and shutter combinations were offered for this camera, which ranged from the simple Rapid Rectilinear Lens and Triple Action Shutter to a high quality Bausch & Lomb Zeiss Tessar, with a Volute shutter. Cartridge Kodaks were primarily daylight loading roll film cameras, but all of them could be transformed into glass plate cameras by exchanging the roll film back panel with a plate back. The plate back option made it easier to persuade photographers who had their doubts about switching from glass plate to roll film technology. Despite its advanced functions and glass plate back option, the Cartridge Kodak was also a suitable camera for amateurs and even tourists. It was possible to take a snap-shot with it because the proper distance could be set on a scale on the base board, and the camera could be aimed with the help of the small reflex finders. It could also be held in your hand while taking the picture. It was advertised as a cyclist’s camera and several styles of bicycle cases were offered. The No. 4 Cartridge Kodak was the most successful of the range. More than 90,000 were produced from 1897 to 1907.
Accession No.
2013.24.108
Model Name or No.
No. 4
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
Part A is the camera. It is enclosed in a black rectangular box with a leather handle on top. The camera has short black bellows. The name of the camera is etched into the handle. The back of the camera can be removed. Part B is a brown leather case for the camera. The initials EKC (Kodak Eastman …
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Title
Kodak 2A Folding Pocket
Manufacturer
Kodak
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1907
End Date
1915
Description
Part A is the camera. It is enclosed in a black rectangular box with a leather handle on top. The camera has short black bellows. The name of the camera is etched into the handle. The back of the camera can be removed. Part B is a brown leather case for the camera. The initials EKC (Kodak Eastman Company) are engraved in the clasp for the case.
History Of Use
The Kodak No 2A Folding Pocket Camera was introduced in June, 1907 and discontinued in September, 1915. The camera used folding roll film and produced pictures that were sized 2 ¼ x 3 ¼ inches. It was manufactured in the United States and used a Meniscus Archromat lens. The wood body was covered in imitation leather, and the camera’s size had been reduced by 20%, compared to the No. 2 Folding Brownie Camera. The camera also featured a reversible reflecting finder, metal lens panel, sliding focus with an automatic lock, and a hinged back released by concealed buttons. Over 174,000 of the No 2A Folding Pocket Camera were made.
Number Of Parts
2
Accession No.
2013.24.109 a-b
Model Name or No.
3A
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
Camera is enclosed in a black rectangular box case. The case has a slight brownish-red tinge to it. The camera has red bellows. The case has a handle on the top. The back opens. The camera has a small folding "foot" that allows it to balance when the bellows are extended.
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Title
Kodak 3A Folding Pocket
Manufacturer
Kodak
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1903
End Date
1915
Description
Camera is enclosed in a black rectangular box case. The case has a slight brownish-red tinge to it. The camera has red bellows. The case has a handle on the top. The back opens. The camera has a small folding "foot" that allows it to balance when the bellows are extended.
History Of Use
Eastman Kodak's first postcard format camera, the 3A Folding Pocket Kodak, was introduced in 1903 and sold until 1915. Kodak produced seven models of the 3A Folding Pocket Kodak (thankfully abbreviated as 3A FPK). The models were known as B, B-2, B-3, B-4, B-5, C and G. The FPK Automatic shutter was equipped with a pneumatic release. The shutter had one instantaneous speed plus time and bulb. The pneumatic release could prevent camera shake when used with the time and bulb settings. The rubber hose and bulb were removable, but because of their size, they could also be left permanently attached, as they did not interfere with closing the camera. The 3A FPK created 3 1/4 x 5 1/2 inch postcard format images on Kodak 122 roll film. Kodak 122 film was first introduced for use in the 3A FPK and was available in four, six or ten exposure lengths. A glass plate adapter with ground glass focusing screen was available as an extra cost accessory, and allowed photographs to be taken on glass plates. Eastman Kodak called this accessory the Combination Back. The catalog price of the back is three dollars and fifty cents. Double plate holders were priced at $1 each.
Accession No.
2013.24.110
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
The camera is encased in a black box case. It has red bellows when extended. The case has a small handle on the top with the camera name inscribed.
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Title
Kodak Folding Brownie No 3A
Manufacturer
Kodak
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1909
End Date
1915
Description
The camera is encased in a black box case. It has red bellows when extended. The case has a small handle on the top with the camera name inscribed.
History Of Use
The Kodak Folding Brownie No 3A Camera was launched in 1909 and discontinued in 1915, and during that time over 114,000 were made. The camera produced 3 ¼ x 5 ½ inch “postcard” pictures and used type 124 or 122 film rolls. The lens that the Folding Brownie No 3A used was either a Meniscus lens or a Rapid Rectilinear Bausch & Lomb f/4 lens. The shutter was the FPK Automatic (from an earlier model), or the Brownie Ball Bearing Shutter with modes B and T plus speeds 1/25 sec., 1/50 sec. and 1/100 sec. The camera was focused by using the bellows, with a pointer over a 6ft to 100ft scale.
Accession No.
2013.24.111
Model Name or No.
3A
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
A black square camera with leather strap on top for carrying. There is a silver colored lever on the side with an arrow to move it counter clock wise. There are three holes in the front, two small and one big. Two square holes on the camera also.
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Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
A black square camera with leather strap on top for carrying. There is a silver colored lever on the side with an arrow to move it counter clock wise. There are three holes in the front, two small and one big. Two square holes on the camera also.
Height
12.5
Width
8.5
Length
15.5
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1990.17.1
Photograph or Negative No.
None
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Material
WOOD-UNKNOWN; METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN; FABRIC-UNKNOWN;
Description
a) Large camera with adjustable stand. The camera has square frames attached to an accordion style cloth. One of the frames is immobile while the other slides back and forth on a wooden rail. On the frame that moves are two other frames that fit into each other. The camera sits upon a rectangula…
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Title
Ansco-Agfa Studio Outfit #5 Camera
Manufacturer
Ansco-Afga
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1930
End Date
1940
Description
a) Large camera with adjustable stand. The camera has square frames attached to an accordion style cloth. One of the frames is immobile while the other slides back and forth on a wooden rail. On the frame that moves are two other frames that fit into each other. The camera sits upon a rectangular wooden platform that is attached to a large upright stand. The sides are wooden stand. The sides are wooden posts while the bottom is cast iron. A ridged strip of metal is attached to the front of the wooden posts. A steel rod extends from the strip of metal to the other. A wheel on one side moves the rod to move up or down the strips of metal. Another wheel underneath the platform moves the platform to up or down. At the bottom of the stand on one side is a cast iron bar with wheels. This bar is attached to the posts. On the other side of the posts is a cast iron hitch that conforms into a triangle. b) The larger frame has a small black frame on the inside of it. On the outside of it are metal clips that hold the smaller frame in place. Embossed on the larger frame near the top is "PATENT OCT 20,1836, NO 569895" c) A small brown wooden frame with metal strips on all four sides. d) Small black wooden frame with metal latches on one side.
Narrative
Miller's International Antiques Price Guide, 1988 American Edition Judith & Martin Miller. Page 426.
History Of Use
The Ansco Studio Outfit #5 camera is a relatively obscure device, with little research information available. The camera first makes appearances in catalogues around 1930 and is seen until the 1940s. The camera is built with cherry, mahogany, and basswood. What made this camera and stand ideal for studio photographers was the construction of the camera and stand that allowed all adjustments from the focusing point. The stand permitted tilting from 10 degrees upward to 25 degrees downward, and height adjustment from 17 inches to 34 ½ inches from the floor. The camera also features a long focal range from 7 ½ inches to 42 inches, made possible by an extra inside lens board. Additionally, the camera has a sliding carriage with automatically locking positions, to permit “splitting” negatives without refocusing. Missing from our camera is the built in holder on the front for reversible backs and negative divider masks, as well as the container on the side that would hold film and plates.
Material
WOOD-UNKNOWN; METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN; FABRIC-UNKNOWN;
Height
152
Width
67
Length
80
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Number Of Parts
4
Accession No.
1991.194.1 a-d
Model Name or No.
Ansco-Agfa Studio Outfit #5
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
a) A large black camera with a lens that protrudes from the front. The lens has a removable cover and is surrounded by a rubber flap that can be folded forward or back. Around the body of the lens are several dials. The body of the camera has a large label that says "Mamiya RB 67" and has two dials…
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Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
a) A large black camera with a lens that protrudes from the front. The lens has a removable cover and is surrounded by a rubber flap that can be folded forward or back. Around the body of the lens are several dials. The body of the camera has a large label that says "Mamiya RB 67" and has two dials on either side. b) The removable back of the camera c) The removable lens cover
Height
a) 14 b) 4.5
Width
a) 12 b) 10
Length
a) 19.2 b) 12.5
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Number Of Parts
2
Accession No.
2012.69.1 a-c
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Description
The camera case is made of brown leather and has "Kodak" stamped on it. The box is long and slim, the top is black and the bottom is Kodak orange. Unable to determine what the camera looks like (see conservation notes). Inside the box was an unknown metal square with a star on it. A: camera B: cas…
Title
Kodak Brownie Super 27 Camera
Manufacturer
Canadian Kodak
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Canada: Toronto, Ontario
Description
The camera case is made of brown leather and has "Kodak" stamped on it. The box is long and slim, the top is black and the bottom is Kodak orange. Unable to determine what the camera looks like (see conservation notes). Inside the box was an unknown metal square with a star on it. A: camera B: case C: box D: unknown metal piece
Number Of Parts
4
Accession No.
2013.24.50 a-d
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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