Bakelite camera manufactured by Kokak in the fifties. It uses 620 films that are no longer manufactured, but having two empty reels, it is possible to spool the film 120 with its own protective paper and markings, because internally the reels are compatible.
Cameras shaped as a box with viewfinder with mirror and lens
Small Zeiss Ikon camera from the 1930s. Uses 127 film and shoots in 3x4 cm format with Goerz's Frontar lens. A little princess from the box cameras' days.
Popular camera marketed by Kodak between 1939 and 1954. It takes pictures 4.0 x 6.5 cm (1 5/8 X 2 1/2 ") using films 127. See camera review and photographs taken with it.
Brazilian photographic camera manufactured in the 1950s. Dedicated to amateur photography produces negatives with 6 x 9 cm or 4.5 x 6 cm in 120 films.
– Brownie Camera Nº 2 | Kodak | 1901/1933 – Very special camera. The film 120 was introduced in the market for the Brownies! The same film that fits Super Ikontas, Rolleis, Hasselblads and so many other top cameras. The red one is in excellent condition and was a gift from a german friend who...