Kodak Brownie Special Six-16

Kodak Brownie Special Six-16 - Designed by Walter Dorwin Teague, this large box camera uses film size 616 and was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak Company in the United States between 1938 and 1942. It is built very solidly of metal. It was the larger version of the Kodak Six-20 Brownie Special Camera. With a trapezoid body, the Six-16 Brownie Special is a unique camera. Hardy and easy to use, it was a commercial success from September 1938 to July 1942. The Lens & shutter are typical: meniscus lens and rotative shutter, two speeds : instantaneous and Pause. The focusing is done by selecting one of the two ranges of distance offered : "6  to 15 feet" and "above 15 feet". The shutter release located on the top of the camera can be locked in order to avoid an unexpected snapshot. On the other side is the film advance wheel. The camera has, on the left, a folding stand used to position the camera vertically, due to the rectangular format. This special vintage camera is in very good condition and all knobs, levers and wheels move, turn and click as normal. This and all items here are described to the best of our ability, are used and due to age or nature of the item sold as is.

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Kodak Brownie Special Six-16

Kodak Brownie Special Six-16 – Designed by Walter Dorwin Teague, this large box camera uses film size 616 and was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak Company in the United States between 1938 and 1942. It is built very solidly of metal. It was the larger version of the Kodak Six-20 Brownie Special Camera. With a trapezoid body, the Six-16 Brownie Special is a unique camera. Hardy and easy to use, it was a commercial success from September 1938 to July 1942. The Lens & shutter are typical: meniscus lens and rotative shutter, two speeds : instantaneous and Pause. The focusing is done by selecting one of the two ranges of distance offered : “6  to 15 feet” and “above 15 feet”. The shutter release located on the top of the camera can be locked in order to avoid an unexpected snapshot. On the other side is the film advance wheel. The camera has, on the left, a folding stand used to position the camera vertically, due to the rectangular format. This special vintage camera is in very good condition and all knobs, levers and wheels move, turn and click as normal. This and all items here are described to the best of our ability, are used and due to age or nature of the item sold as is.

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