Kodak Six-20

A beautiful designed 6x9 cm folding camera, manufactured by Kodak from 1932-34.

I actually wanted to try it, because it is in marvelous condition, but I couldn't manage to get 620 film spools yet. This camera requires 620 film, which is not available anymore.

However, 620 film is actually the same as 120 film, just the spools are different. Therefore it is possible to use 120 film as well, if re-spooling the film on 620 film spools ... which I don't have yet ;-))

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berndtotto
Uploaded:
2012-01-09
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kodak six-20
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Film Camera Collection

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